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  • Murmuration by Tyra Wilson of College of the Muscogee Nation

    Poetry

    Graduation

    Marcella Eriacho

    Land of Enchantment Rural Route 53 – Westbound 55 mph Isolated with pot holes A jack rabbit scurries across Ditat Dues – God Enriches Stateline – Westbound – I-40 75 mph Fast pace Small. Big. Large. Semis Travel Stops to the Left Southbound Border Patrol Deterring. Detecting. Apprehending Enforcement. Protection Port of Entry Early Morning Dawn – Field Workers Eureka!…

  • Super Moon by Penelope Seitler of Sinte Gleska University

    Fiction

    Floyd’s Thankful Tree

    Rhiannon Boyd

    Beeeeeeeeeep! “Hey! Watch where you’re going!” I was awake, but between the tears clouding my vision and the sorrow drenching my heart, I didn’t notice I’d drifted into the next lane. It was one day until my son’s birthday and one week before school—not a great time to move, but I had no choice. I never fathomed it would come…

  • Nonfiction

    The Falling of Leaves

    Darin Janis

    Even the most turbulent storms eventually come to an end. A band-aid made of rainbows will temporarily cover the blue sky’s wounded soul, until it has healed and a bright new day begins. Ramona sat upon the weathered bench positioned between the withering trees in the park near the school. The sun was shining down as she delicately pressed her…

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    Body Beauty

    Scarlett Cortez

    As we don our shorts and tank tops this summer, allow people to embrace the skin they’re in-their stretchmarks, scars, body rolls, and all-not just the parts we deem acceptable.

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  • JUST AROUND THE RIVER BEND
    Just Around the River Bend

    Celina Gray

    With stability comes security, which is why change can be so hard. But change is constant and necessary.

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  • GRADUATION CLASS OF 2018
    Something to Celebrate

    Scarlett Cortez

    There is no cookie-cutter mold for a college student. Everyone must go at their own pace.

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