The Vitruvian Post

The Eighth Day

Tatiana Uribe, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

She has stood tall and welcoming for hundreds of years, Her fiery presence a beam of freedom in an unforgiving world. The waves of hope have crashed at her feet for long, But with the eighth day, came another statement. With the eighth came dread, with the eighth came saltwater of ano...

I Am Who I Like

Janae Polk, Staff Writer

October 20, 2016

  I like my brown skin, the color I live in I like my thick brown hair, it’s a work of art I like my big head, it gives me more room to think I like my big eyes, they see everything Brown they are, plain to the world, but filled with magic and wonder   I like my big no...

Black is Worthless

Makaila Conley, Staff Writer

October 20, 2016

It's sad to know that you are going to die one day, to know that you were created on this Earth to live and now you are going to die one day, To know that the streets you walk are not safe It's sad to know that the one that is said to protect you is the one that will kill you. But those who are to pro...

Free as the Ocean

Ashley Doyen, Entertainment Editor

October 20, 2016

Happiness is the sound of the waves crashing around me It is smelling the salt from the sea in the air Happiness is the clear blue of the ocean lapping at my feet Hawaii is my happiness The sand beneath my toes and clear blue water Swimming with turtles and diving off cliffs Lūʻau’s and beau...

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