Graphite stains the page Stains cold hands Pencil gripped like a lifeline Dark markings hashed Caffeine buzzes Eyes are wide Taking in the silver grey The cup sloshes a dark black brown Matching intense eyes Eyes flecked with Silver graphite … Continue reading Morning Coffee by Madison Downs
D-hall was where I learned patience D-hall was stationed in room 122 At the end of the hall Right next to the principal. You could get D-hall for about anything Walking wrong Talking too much Not knowing when to hush … Continue reading D-Hall by Josh Jones
You used to come home everyday. And play basketball with me in driveway. You would lift me up to dunk as if i were Michael Jordan. We would go inside and eat moms tasty dinner, then we’d go sit on … Continue reading A Boy Needs His Father by Tony Morelan
It was like any other weeknight, Sun sets and all is fair, A mom, a dad, and 2 boys, Nothing could ever stop this night, As night hits, we all go to rest, But something terrible comes from this night … Continue reading Darkest Days by Chase Dendy
I close my eyes and simply breathe. There is a darkness closing in a certain darkness I can’t quite tell what it is though. I open my eyes and look to the sky and wish I was staring into your … Continue reading Galaxy by Ellie Justice
Here’s a sneak peak into the upcoming 2018 MHS Litmag!
Continue reading Eternally Broken by Caleb Martin
When I was just a child, I would sing long and loud, craving to be wild, striving to be free. My tiny voice would cry up to the azure Sky seeking faces in the clouds and asking them to drop … Continue reading Spirit by Elizabeth Prickett