The Thing in the Woods

The Thing in the Woods

It was a cold winter night in Sacara, a cabin house deep in the woods which held a family. A seven year old girl and eleven year old boy with their dog and father. Their mother passed away a couple...
The Field

The Field

By: Chase Cosgrove / Junior Writer No, I was sleepy Dreaming of a field Where trees blossomed And rain glazed the glass The green field that glistened in the warm red sun A field which was filled with zen Where...
Lifeless

Lifeless

By: Kaylyn Lewis/ Senior writer Everything stopped, people stood like statues all around me, people in cars, men on bicycles, babies in strollers, all lifeless frozen in time. I wonder how I had gotten here. Was I frozen too? There I was...
Trip to the Moon

Trip to the Moon

By: Caiden George/ Senior Writer He promised me forever that we would take a trip to the moon. This was 10 years ago before he had past away. My uncle had always wanted to be buried up on the moon,...
His Eyes Were Like

His Eyes Were Like

By: Kayla Blaisure/ Junior Writer His eyes were brown like pools of honey. They were rich like chocolate when we were cuddled up in blankets and bright like rays of gold when we would go for walks under the sun....
Living In A Pandemic

Living In A Pandemic

By: Kaylyn Lewis/ Senior writer Always having to wear a mask, Because we don’t want it to spread. Coronavirus that began in China, Deeply impacted the normal lives of Americans. Even though it has been over a year, Fear is still...
The Bright Light

The Bright Light

By: Madison Carpenter/ Sophomore writer The Bright Light came when we were sleeping.  It took out nearly everything in its path, with no warning.  Trees ignited into flames and water everywhere evaporated.  All of the houses in our village crumbled,...
Touch of Death

Touch of Death

By: Kiera Andusko/ Sophomore writer Lush greens cover the ground, sending trees high into the sky where birds and butterflies fly around. People explore nature, not the internet. They spend their time outside, making connections with the world around them....
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