We used a website to showcase our ever-changing writing styles and emphasize the connection between what we read and what we write from childhood till now!
Worst Days is a song about love and struggling in its absence.
This piece was written to myself, and is a reflection of the self-hatred that I often feel as a teenage girl. It also depicts the enveloping and consuming nature of my anxiety.
A fun camping night ended up as the worst night for all and last night for one.
A mother should never suffer at the hands of her child, so what are we doing to our mother?
Shortly after their admittance to the NYU Langone hospital for what began as unexplained dizziness, Dom turns 18, and they are confronted by reality cloaked in black fur.
Throughout my childhood, I noticed differences between my friends and myself—their experiences, senses of home, family structures. I desired normalcy, yet my culture, my family and I… we thrived in the differences.
This poem explores the feeling of neglecting different parts of your personality to achieve a certain goal yet feeling incapable of doing so.
a poem of aching candor narrating the varied, implicit forms of heartbreak.
A piece about letting go of an unhealthy friendship.
As I grow, my eczema has been a struggle for me. Throughout this piece I explore within myself to overcome this struggle.
Family expectations. Fear. Uncertainty. Some of the many negative thoughts that flow in a teenager’s mind. Cue art, a community, a tool, and a coping mechanism that changed a girl’s life.
A high school junior relearns their love of art.
Explore the beauty of love alongside its downfall… Only love someone who can love you back… the same way…
A Muslim girl recalls her experience facing religious discrimination. which prompts her to organize a safe space for likeminded individuals to perform their identities.