the creativity pool at dulaney high

Month: November 2016

Moonlight

Moonlight

It was a clear fall night, air crisp and stars shining bright in the clarity of the night sky. The moon cast a soft glow on the girl who sat by herself on a lonely park bench in the early hours of the morning. As […]

Slice of Time

Slice of Time

If nothing moves does time still exists? We measure the wind speed by the length of the moving clouds By the amount of force it takes to flutter our scarf The rusted ladder leads up to the roof Gray clouds on gray sky The sharp […]

Around the World in 180 Days

Around the World in 180 Days

Have you ever traveled the entire world? Me neither. But, it would be exciting to one day picture that we do. And if we were to do so, we should know a few things about it―customs, language, clothing, food, etc. I’m here to take you […]

The Literature Zone

The Literature Zone

Whenever I can find the time, I am constantly reading. I love researching highly recommended novels and enjoying them over a hot cup of tea. Reading is so pleasurable to me because the changed mindset and inspiration I leave the novel with is so invaluable. […]

Musical Musing

Musical Musing

I’ve been surrounded by music my entire life. It was always constantly playing around me and it seemed like my whole world was written out in lyrics and music notes. When I listen to music, I feel like the artist themselves is speaking to me […]

Portraits of Creativity

Portraits of Creativity

I am kind of a huge history buff, I am not buff at all, I wish I was. My favorite time periods are the 1960s in the US and the American Revolution. The power of the past is truly magical. But I won’t bore you […]

The Beet Down: A Guide for Local Vegetarians

The Beet Down: A Guide for Local Vegetarians

Welcome to a collection of “good eats” for Baltimore Vegetarians and curious Omnivores. Each restaurant, café, food truck or general eatery is fairly local and filled with good vibes and a rad art scene. Tune in twice a month for a Beet Down on my […]

Armor

Armor

With the snatch of a stitch And pull of a thread Identities may be switched For another’s instead Who’s to say we need a label To each be happy, coexist On my own I am stable In uniform my life has no bliss The person […]

To Write a Song

To Write a Song

“What are you thinking about?” I get this question often, and my only answer to it is: music, the only thing I ever think about. Listening to it, playing it, writing it. The art of making music is more than just a big part of […]

Color Quirk and Conservation?

Color Quirk and Conservation?

McKenzie Elizabeth Ditter and Matt Muirhead are quirky and colorful Baltimore artists that specialize in screen printing and paint. You can see more of her work here And you can look at his work here BUT that’s not all! Recently they have been using their […]

WIP

WIP

I clicked send. The blue blurb of unthought out emotions sprawled across my phone screen like a neon sign reading “I don’t know what the hell I’m doing.” Something in my gut broke off, probably my instincts tired of being ignored, or misunderstood, it was […]

It’s a Weird, Weird World

It’s a Weird, Weird World

Hello everybody! Here I just want to talk about the world, the strange, bazaar and odd of it. Maybe in between let’s say a few things about what that says about the culture itself. Today we go all the way to India, an exotic land […]