the creativity pool at dulaney high

Month: December 2014

A House On The Moon

A House On The Moon

Jackie Andrews ’14 || Featured Submission 

A Diary Excerpt

A Diary Excerpt

“The band playing tonight was a familiar one, & I couldn’t help but nod along. Maybe it was the painkiller nodding, but what’s wrong with that?” Ashley Forthuber ’15 || Featured Submission    

Silence

Silence

Silence is the fall breeze whipping through gray branches it’s thoughts inside my head but my voice never letting them out silence is cold summer night it’s the sound of the waves crashing to the shore silence is something I’ve been longing for but silence […]

Poetry On Objects: Lullaby

Poetry On Objects: Lullaby

Audrey Fanshaw ’15 || Featured Submission

Definition of Love

Definition of Love

Love /ləv / Noun: [1] The inspiration to all Taylor Swift songs. Sometimes, I think T-Swift dated all those unfortunate chaps just to win awards. [2] An emotion that overwhelms your logic and clouds your judgment. Millions died in the Trojan War because a king […]

Portrait

Portrait

PD Stein ’15 || Featured Submission  

All Your Fault

All Your Fault

Sobbing people surround the six-feet-deep chasm about to be filled with my casket. This is all your fault. No gradual death where my friends and family could have time to adjust to my naturally caused death. Instead they deal with the shock of their loved […]

Flaming Innards

Flaming Innards

Daniel Andrews ’15 || Featured Submission

Poetry On Objects: BCPSone

Poetry On Objects: BCPSone

Nicole Miller ’15 || Featured Submission

Girl in the Window

Girl in the Window

Sweat drips down my back as the sun Beats down on me. Barefoot I run on the scotching fire that is the side walk. My toes burn. Stagnant heat  no relief of summer breeze like a breath Of forgiveness held behind sealed lips. Still, a […]

Magic Mike The Psych: On Tea Leaves

Magic Mike The Psych: On Tea Leaves

For those of you not in the know, tea leaves are the second best thing since clip on bow ties. They act as a means of identifying inner psychological trouble, while also serving as a refreshing boost to your morning tea. And so, I, Magic […]

Commonplace Poetry: Holiday Christmas Edition

Commonplace Poetry: Holiday Christmas Edition

Red and Green quarantine Santa brings wrapped things While I sleep, not weep nor pout, or shout, so tonight  we’ll be trite with saying, and kids playing, with Red and Green letters spelling: Merry Christmas Reily Snodgrass ’15|| Literature Staff