A Project for Better Journalism chapter

Poetry and Stories

This section of the paper is a collection of poetry from the Journalism Club.

5 Second Messages

January 9, 2019 8:38pm | Jasmin

It passed by in less than a second. I could barely even see it before it was gone, drowned in the joy and care of those who love me. But it was too late, I already saw it, it already hurts. When I go back […]

Where Have We Gone?

December 12, 2018 8:14pm | capri

Note: This is a poem that reflects the world in some people’s eyes. It is not intended to be factual or represent everyone. It is meant to showcase my thoughts and feelings and hope some can relate.     Where Have We Gone?   It’s […]

Listening to Rhythm of Life

October 31, 2018 7:52pm | Capri

Waited when the flowers sung Sang when the harp was strung Melody and the major key You make me sing happily   The piano is on the high My voice can be heard in the sky Soprano singing with the bees Lullaby of the wind […]


October 31, 2018 7:17pm | Tori-Ann Donato

Nights are beautiful Long to remember all the stars, To see all the plants If they come out, Shy if they are The whole night went by Not thinking about tomorrow But thinking about the night We fell in love

They Talked/Listened Part 1

September 24, 2018 7:46pm | Jasmin

I never meant to do it. Not in the beginning. At first, they came in and they talked and they talked and they talked. And they wouldn’t listen to me. No one would. But then they did. And I helped them. I told them what […]

They Talked/Listened Part 2

September 24, 2018 7:45pm | Jasmin

And I told them, well one of them offered it first. They said we can make them pay. Do something, make them see that they are wrong. So I did. At first I was very messy and I almost got caught. But I didn’t. No, […]

They Talked/Listened Part 3

September 24, 2018 7:38pm | Jasmin

Now, this is where I find that I was no longer right in the head, for instead of leaving and making her face her crime, I helped her. I helped her get rid of the body. I helped her hide from the police. I helped […]