The way your eyebrows furrow when you think, The way your body moves once you drink. The way you set my soul on fire, The way you are my one true desire. My sincerest angel, my little hellion, Baby, you’re a rebel, and I’m the rebellion. Come, let us start a war.
I come from a long line of women who fight as hard as they love Who have been ostracized for standing up to abusers
Who were fired for speaking up against the use of God as punishment
Who believed that every single person has a voice and that every single person is entitled to respect just for living
Who have taught me not to stay silent in the face of injustice
A short poem about humans and their relationship with nature.
Harlem was always gray in February–even at night. The cold atmosphere seemed to suck the color from the very walls. Vibrancy was neither good nor allowed. Even the men coming back to their imprisoned wives from their dreary jobs walked with sorrow in their steps. A ragged woman whose black hair had faded into a lifeless silver sat at the corner of the street singing to herself.
CONTENT WARNINGS: Suicide, brief mentions of sexual assault, violence involving children, very strong language, gore/body horror. “She lost her focus yesterday, She lost her focus in the sun, She sits and stares at it for hours.” The first time I told Amanda she was acting strange was in the last few days of spring. The…
The Oxford Dictionary defines rebellion as “the action or process of resisting authority, control or convention.” This idea can take shape in many different forms as both individual and collective endeavors. In the broadness of this theme, we hope that the Wright State community can shed light on what rebellion looks like in all its…
The piece is a short story written from the perspective of a theoretical future society where the government is monitoring and collecting vast amounts of surveillance on its citizens at all times. The piece poses the question, what would happen if this library of information was leaked onto the internet? Pianississimo 7:14 AM EST, 32.7357°…
A digital photograph captured on campus that is reminiscent of a portal to a world being reclaimed by nature. Brandi Thompson is a staff member with the university who loves viewing life through a lens.
A photo on 35mm film of a tunnel that appears to end at the same plane as its entrance. Roselle Bea Almazan is a student at Boonshoft School of Medicine and alumni of Wright State University. In her free time, she enjoys writing, reading, and photography.