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Dissever the wound

It is stitched and scarred, ripe, an eleven-year-old gash I almost forgot about … she still squeezes it from time to time, blood pours out like the fresh juices from an orange. 676 more words

Short Story

Writing something “brave” is a strange process. You think to yourself, I have a secret and I would like to relieve myself of this burden… 399 more words


Love thy neighbour

Today, I saw a cockroach lying on its wings. It has already gave up trying to get back on its legs.

“Ahah, it deserves it,” I heard someone say. 301 more words


another day of drought

like a blackjack

sewn into a sleeve,

the words just

won’t come.

Was I ever


a writer

at all?


Bruce Jenner, Trans-Gender Identity, & Culture-Wars

Bruce Jenner, the former Olympic gold medalist and former husband of Kris Kardashian formally announced last week that he is a woman, explaining, “It is who I am.”  Our culture provides great liberty with declaring and acting on the choice to “be who I am,” a choice that is not available in most places and never has been.  524 more words


Finding Inspiration: Addi ’15 on Discovering His Passions at Bay

When Addi ’15 transferred to Bay during his 9th-grade year, he wasn’t sure what he’d find at his new school. Now, in the middle of his senior year, the answer has become clear: he’s discovered his passions. 420 more words

Life At The Bay School

The Oppressive Nature of Objects

Have you ever noticed something — an object or person, an aspect of the Other — with a presence that bears down on you? That you are being acted upon by it, just because it is there? 162 more words