The Maroon

“Crime”

Cayla Kelton, history senior

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Sometimes deepness is a crime

To think big thoughts, to dream big

dreams

Negated

Negated by powers above us.

Withholding us from the excellence

of who we are, what we are, and what

we could be.

To dream big dreams and to think big

thoughts is brave.

Dangerous.

These powers in our way are sometimes

twirly thoughts. They twin and

they twist around and around in

our minds. They grip and grasp us.

They stop us.

Stop being stopped. Feel and

know you are good. You are right.

You are powerful.

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Since 1923 • For a greater Loyola
“Crime”