Sun

By Joy Ku, '21.


Sun went missing in the sky

The shadows did retreat

Raindrops dripping, dripping by

The rushing hoard of feet

Songbirds then did take to heart

To sing to their content

The grumbling clouds departed

And let sun out to repent




3 views

Recent Posts

See All

Blue Jay

By Sarah Short, '23. To the Blue Jay that perches upon my backyard fence, you are the naïve portrait of my solitude in all of its glory. You sit so hushedly, meditating upon the verdant. Too: I wonder

​Grief

By Nora Diday. We sit on thin wooden chairs facing a crucifix. The song echoing through the hall smells like loss to the four of us, reminding us of the last time we were here. She grips my hand tight

Reflections

By Alana Becker, '22. Gazing at me with an empty stare she calls out my feelings like no one has. The one who lost her breath spitting meaningless words to a grown woman with a half-listening ear. I c

 CONTACT 

  • Black Instagram Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon
email-icon-png-download-icons-logos-emoj

© 2019-2020 BARE Literary Arts Magazine.