Cougar Chronicle

“nuzzled”

“nuzzled”

May 28, 2019

Pale

by Molly Giesbrecht

May 15, 2019

Everything about him was pale. His skin was pale, his lips were pale. Even his voice was pale. When he looked at me, it was with piercing, pale eyes. He breathed pale, hollow breaths. His footstep were pale, his smile was pale. ...

Field

by Maddy Downing

May 15, 2019

I'm slogging knee-deep in mud and grass that's turned yellow from drowning in days and days of rain. I'm clenching my jaw so tight that the dentist told me I need to stop or I'll damage my gums. Whatever. There's something at ...

Shattered Stories

by Molly Giesbrecht

May 15, 2019

Fragments Pieces Splinters Segments Words torn Not born Lying dead On the floor Blood pouring Sentences soaring Far away from The place of their birthing Sections Remnants Fractions Slivers Not here Can't appear Don't you find This so...

Nature

by Tyler Potter

May 15, 2019

The ice is melting one would say, But the EPA says no way. The public is getting disorderly, For the constant melt is flowing from northerly. The future may be dimming, But we have to be forward-moving. The future is our han...

“Gravity”

“Gravity”

May 15, 2019

“Groot”

May 15, 2019

Clockwork

by Jennifer Erichson

May 15, 2019

Tick tock tick tock Here comes chaos Tick tock old clock Order is a fraud New clock tick tock A frail safety net Works fine For a time Until worn away Tick broken clock Tock Forward moving Order falling Chaos calling Tock tick ti...

Each Familiar Crack

by Aina Zabinski, Editor

May 15, 2019

Ava pressed her face up close to the single-hung window, so that her breath fogged up the pane like delicate ice, and peered out at the streets of Queens. The crisp air filled her nostrils with the salty scent of cured meat, ...

Rainy Days

by Madison McMahon

May 15, 2019

The coolest days are rainy days It seems as if the sun is hiding in a phase The rain fills the ground with water And make our thankfulness for sunny days broader The rain coats the ground like a sweet coat of glaze...

Lucky

by Carter VanVuren

May 15, 2019

The jungle was restless. Vines criss crossed on the ground. Lucky walked through the jungle, her extremely long hair reaching down to her ankles and getting caught on branches every now and then. The trees looked at her and the...

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