The Homework-Free Night

M. McCall '15

May 28, 2014

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Assigned an English paper, not a limit or a bound The panic sets in, no ideas to be found. What will I say? What will I write? Creativity is surely not my thing tonight. Throwing structure to the wind, I’ll try to let my...

What A Gift to Look Back at One’s Life

M. McCall '15

May 28, 2014

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What a gift to look back at one’s life and see a plethora of laughs and no regrets. This is a harder task than shows to be, to live regardless of the many threats. The sun is setting quickly on today. Do not let half...

Color Your World

C. Colpoys '15

May 27, 2014

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Pink is frilly, girly, and soft, the exact opposite of me. Gold is the evil and chilling color of what people die and ruin lives for. Brown is my hair, my eyes, and the inevitable splashes of mud in cross country season. Gray...

Wish Poems

C. Colpoys '15

May 27, 2014

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“Peer Pressure” I wish we were as close as we once were We would laugh and talk about everything and nothing I wish you didn’t let them influence you Or let them change your perspective I wish we were like the sistera...

A Father for Brittany

L. Semo '15

May 27, 2014

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Thandie Newton once said “Having children is life-changing, to state the obvious” and for my uncle and whole family, this statement couldn’t have been more accurate. Nineteen years ago, my uncle Keith experienced the hardest,...

Calculus

M. Giaquinto '15

May 21, 2014

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Calculus deals with math I don’t know much more. Cut an integral in half? Multiply by two, and save the chore.   Theorems and properties and rules Structure with creativity and fire Infinities wound...

Sisters

M. Giaquinto '15

May 21, 2014

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Having a sister is having a friend One who has to love you out of obligation Timeless, unchanging with trend Permanent, from which there is no vacation   A responsibility and a pleasure A challenge and a...

Of Housework

N. Sauvageau '15

May 21, 2014

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Before I leave the house, my mother requires that I sweep the dining room, mop the kitchen, and dust the living room. If there is ever a case in which I forget to do these tasks that she requires, my mother become bilious. If...

Reflection on the Holocaust

E. Salerno '15

May 14, 2014

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The Holocaust is one of the most horrendous events in the history of world.  Millions of Jews, gypsies, physically disabled, and homosexuals were gathered, abused, and often times killed for simply being themselves.  Although...

A Night To Myself

E. Salerno '15

May 14, 2014

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A long day at school, there’s so much stress and so many books. I long to get home and hang my bag on the hook. Piles of homework and mounds of studying to do, I don’t even know how I will make it through. Then suddenly...

Fairy Godmother

E. Klaes '15

April 28, 2014

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Glittering wings fluttering rapidly, my long awaited savior did appear Making up for the gloom and mundaneness of my day My fairy godmother, who is always near Sent all of my responsibilities and work away This wonderful fairy...

14 Signs You Go to Nardin

M. Mascellino '14

April 26, 2014

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With graduation fast approaching, I think many of us seniors are feeling a bit nostalgic during our last few days at Nardin.  Inspired by the original article, "23 Signs You Went to An All-Girls School" (you can read it here: http://www.buzzfeed.com/lilis2/23-signs-you-went-to-an-all-girls-school),...

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