The Maroon

“Anchorage”

Meredith Faulkner, English writing junior

September 15, 2015

Naasha Dotiwala...

Sky Pirate

Sky Pirate

September 6, 2015

Untitled poem

Francis Flanagan, English literature senior

September 3, 2015

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“Dust Almost Enough”

Alan Pham, English writing senior

August 28, 2015

I’ve waited ten months. for what, I can’t be sure anymore. I guess a lot of things, used to be just her face, in profile, that’s all I could get. Then the hem blowing dust in my direction, her shadow cast on my foot. Reach—no. Satisfied...

VIII – XXIX – MMV: Before/After

Matt Dietrich, visual arts senior

August 28, 2015

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For You, Who Has Died

Emily Kennedy

August 28, 2015

He would spend his days in his small square garden. Every day, he would collect oranges and figs and zucchini and fresh basil for his wife. His hands would tremble as he handed her each bag, but she accepted them effortlessly...

“A Bar in Dublin”

“A Bar in Dublin”

August 28, 2015

“Mama’s Favorite Song”

Kerrit Saintal, Psychology senior

May 1, 2015

Krik Krak. That was the start of the only song I knew. Mama didn’t sing because ‘there was never anything to sing about’. Krik Krak. I would hear the rickety floor boards above me and wait for the black eyed men with...

“Lake Avenue”

“Lake Avenue”

May 1, 2015

Tom drives a familiar avenue

Mike Hogan

April 17, 2015

Tom barely slept that night. He was in his car. Hot food wafted in the seat next to him and outside a heavy fog had descended on the streets. The radio spat and sputtered local news and the road he was on looked familiar. Unive...

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