Fairytale – by Jai Lynn

The chief joy of writing and rehearsing fairytales is that imagination is queen. Often the less believable and less Cartesian a fairytale is, the more appealing and enduring it is. Think of Snow White (how does coughing up a poisoned apple wake someone up from a 7-year death-like sleep?) or the remarkably titled tale “EastContinue reading “Fairytale – by Jai Lynn”

The Princess and the Water Lily by Mahira P.

We all know the story of Cinderella in every variation – or do we? This story by Mahira P. makes a commentary on the fairy tale genre by changing up the evil stepmother narrative we all expect. Enjoy! The Princess and the Water Lily In the country of Mondovia, there once was a king withContinue reading “The Princess and the Water Lily by Mahira P.”

The Lake: A Poem by Kanavin Kaen

Enjoy this poem, “The Lake” by Kanavin Kaen. Our editors loved the way thought-provoking metaphors brought the story in this poem to life. Words rush past my head, Roaring, thrashing, pouring, Drowning me in a riptide Of the most mindless rubbish; Littering my head with feelings I don’t feel, connections that I cannot grasp. Understand?Continue reading “The Lake: A Poem by Kanavin Kaen”

I Have Seen – Mahira

Today we have a poem about the wonders of nature and how it inspires her faith. Every man sees the scattered colours, Hardly any hear them sing. The songs of gaiety, beauty and wonders, I’ve heard them caroling. I’ve seen the flowers dancing, To the wild tunes of winds. I’ve heard the trees chatter, AndContinue reading “I Have Seen – Mahira”

The Girl Who Saw Magic- Pen Wordsmith

Today we’re featuring the poem “The Girl Who Saw Magic” by Pen Wordsmith. This piece dives into the life of a girl who doesn’t see the world the same way everyone else does. It talks about the things she expereinced and how sometimes, there can be magic even in reality. Enjoy! Once was a girlContinue reading “The Girl Who Saw Magic- Pen Wordsmith”

Elegant Frondescence

Enjoy this poem about the complex yet ordered beauty of nature by Navaparna G. Succulent vegetationAugmented the garden in various colorsRoving among the tracksI discovered, confused –Between roses and sunflowersWe cannot compare their beauty,As each reveals its splendor,Exquisitely adorned in precise limitations,They choose to be confined within barriers. No competition could encounter among them,May itContinue reading “Elegant Frondescence”

What Might Happen – Libby G.

Enjoy this story “What Might Happen” by talented young author Libby G. Table of Contents The Beginning of the End The Great Flood Realisations The Sighting Voices The Malums Capture A Very Big Kiln I’m Not the Only One Escape A Choice When the Story is Over Epilogue The Beginning of the End I feelContinue reading “What Might Happen – Libby G.”

Goodbye – Libby P.

Today we’re featuring the poem “Goodbye” by Libby P. This piece shares a message of hope when the world seems dark and dreary. Enjoy! When days are dark and skies are grey, When roads are seldom traveled down, When soil is hard as sunbaked clay, And once-green grass is stiff and brown; When home isContinue reading “Goodbye – Libby P.”

First Frost – Libby P.

Today we’re featuring a lovely essay entitled “First Frost” by Libby. We love how this piece showcases Libby’s masterful use of vocabulary to express her ideas. Enjoy! The ice-frosted grass glistens in the soft light of dawn.  Glassy beads of dew bend the slender, white blades—bowing, as it seems, to hail the morning. Thrills ofContinue reading “First Frost – Libby P.”

Flight of the Butterfly – Bri C.

Today we present the poem “Flight of the Butterfly” by Bri C. Butterfly, butterfly,What do you see?Butterfly, butterfly,On a daisy. Butterfly, butterfly,Swish and swing,Butterfly, butterfly,With colorful wings. Butterfly, Butterfly,Lands on a rose,Butterfly, butterfly,Lands on my nose. Butterfly, butterfly,White and black,Butterfly, butterfly,Goes right back. Swish-swoosh swing,What a wonderful sight!When she makes her flight,Back to the flower,TheContinue reading “Flight of the Butterfly – Bri C.”