the creativity pool at dulaney high

Month: April 2016

Acrostic Poem

Acrostic Poem

Insidious voices plaguing the night; Never fading, never ceasing. A Circle of never ending torture Only pausing to claim its Next victim. I do not know when or how the Cold came to be so bitter and unforgiving; but the Ever-frost does not play favorites. […]

Boston

Boston

    So over Spring Break, my mom and I went for a two-night trip to Boston. The two of us had never been on a trip together, and had never been to Boston before. So needless to say, it was an interesting trip. We went to […]

I Want

I Want

    I want… I don’t know what… I need… more than this world can give me… I’m yearning… always for a different life… a new adventure… something only found in dreams… I can’t… I can’t anything right now. Because it’s all so exciting and new. But […]

Blinded

Blinded

You turn to look at me, But you don’t say anything. There’s a rupture in my eyes Which you refuse to comment on. I tried. This should’ve been eternal, But you turn to your blind spot. Did you really see me? Did I ever see […]

Clouds

Clouds

    I always feel inspired by the sky, and I love clouds more than anything else. I was so delighted to find kindred spirits in the Cloud Appreciation Society. Please appreciate these beautiful photos of clouds, and check out the poetry section on their website. Eva […]

Downtown Photo Diary

Downtown Photo Diary

    So, during the break, my friends and I decided to head downtown for a day filled with laughs, impulse purchases, and the sheer existence of the cliché teen spirit. We first went to Bazaar, and I purchased something I’ve been wishing for years: Tarot cards. […]

Inspiration Roundup

Inspiration Roundup

A roundup of whatever has been catching the eye of the Sequel staff this week. *** Spring Doodles Amanda Campoverde ’17 || Lit Staff ***     Yoko Honda is an artist and illustrator, whose art brings back all the 1980’s nostalgia. Colorful geometric shapes, neon swirls, […]

Lessons I’ve Learned

Lessons I’ve Learned

Recently, Mr. Bressler gave us an assignment to write a little essay type thing on advice we’d give to our younger selves. High school has definitely taught me some lessons, maybe someone can relate to them: 1. Don’t be afraid to take risks and look […]

ArtFest Vibes

ArtFest Vibes

Photos from Hannah Bauer (’16) and Aliah Walls (’17)

Brighten up your house (no spring cleaning required)

Brighten up your house (no spring cleaning required)

1. Color explosion – as designer Christian Siriano shows, there is no such thing as too many bright colors. Just go crazy. Pick a general color scheme, and then pick art and patterns that go – be bold. via Siriano’s Instagram 2. Incorporate flowers – […]

State of Mind of a 4th Quarter Senior

State of Mind of a 4th Quarter Senior

    As I write this, I currently have 23 days left of high school. Last week I officially finished learning, so the next 12 school days are officially slotted for AP review. It’s a familiar pattern, for the last three years at least, and – unpopular […]

Playlists

Playlists

Senioritis Playlist Bad case of senioritis? Well, you’re not the only one – wallow in your misery with this playlist. Lana Del Rey — “Off to the Races” Lana Del Rey — “The Blackest Day” Lorde — “Still Sane” Taylor Swift — “Style” Fun. — […]