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Shipwrecked

Matthew Dooley, Reporter

April 26, 2016

Filed under Poetry, The Emersonian

Swimming slow in clear blue water A monstrous shark swims into view. All the little fish scatter. Then, another shark that’s blue Swims down away from the batter Of the foamy, white waves. Suddenly, a ship appears Sunken at the bott...

Softball

Isabella DelValle, Reporter

April 26, 2016

Filed under Poetry, The Emersonian

Softball is my game It’s always the same All the parents came to see If their daughters would hit like me Every base 1, 2, 3 Whack that ball; they yell at me Many girls give a sigh when they see Me passing by It’s...

School

Elizabeth McNamara, Reporter

April 26, 2016

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I get there quick I get there early I carry my heavy backpack I open my tall locker Take out all my amazing books I walk to my first class With a lot of bliss I leave the class feeling stellar!...

Dance

Elizabeth McNamara, Reporter

April 26, 2016

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Little feet all positioned beautifully Blissful faces filled with smiles Cute colorful dresses Amazing twirls Well practiced dances Ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, and lyrical Beautiful makeup and hair done Costumes, uniforms, and shoes ...

Joshua Tomioka, Reporter

April 26, 2016

Filed under Poetry, The Emersonian

What is mystery? It has some history. Some people say its paltry. I have no empathy for people who hate mystery. You need sagacity to understand this mystery Like Sherlock Holmes all day inquiry. Unlike some detectives tha...

Waking Up

Sajin Philip, Reporter

April 26, 2016

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Waking up early five days in a week, Causes tears to fall down my cheek. Thoughts are roaming in my head I just want to go to bed. Should I wake up or pretend I’m sick? I don’t know want to do, right now my brain is lik...

Nature

Alex Froelich, Reporter

April 26, 2016

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The eagle as quick as a the bubbling stream below, Gliding gently, as tufts of air. Salmon popping in and out of view, As they go upstream. The squirrels clattering down trees for acorns, Eating their mid-day meal. Nature in itself is a ...

Missed

John Avery, Reporter

April 26, 2016

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Stop the chanting, Stop the jeers, Stop the yelling, Stop the cheers.   I missed a shot, Maybe another My face is all hot, My legs are like blubber....

Summertime

John Avery, Reporter

April 26, 2016

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Whether I go in the pool, Or sit in the shade to cool, It is that time again. From June to August It is beach or bust. Just don’t leave your bike out by the ocean Or it will rust. Summer is my favorite time to be out....

Rain

Seth Yeh, Reporter

April 26, 2016

Filed under Poetry, The Emersonian

Splish, splash, went the drops The rain fell down and watered the crops. Dribble, drizzle, the feel on my skin, All the way down to my chin. Thud, crack, a menace came by Rain and lightning out of the sky. There we were, huddled in...

Camping

Shannon Coyle, Reporter

April 26, 2016

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The trips are never boring, Birds chirping in the morning. Going to hike, Or ride your bike, Cool, crisp air Blowing in your hair. Rowboats on the lake, The wind making them shake. Fishing off the side, And the turtles ...

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