Farewell to fall, Students capture the last glimpses of autumnal glory
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Farewell to fall

Students capture the last glimpses of autumnal glory

(Photograph provided by Brianna Kinsey)

(Photograph provided by Brianna Kinsey)

An interpretive poem

By sophomore Benjamin Jackson

Leaves are falling

we are falling

in love,

fall is here

friends are near

just like deer,

follow me

through the woods.

 

(Photograph provided by Emma Sweeting)

(Photograph provided by Emma Sweeting)

 

When Skies are Grey: A Collection of Haikus for Seasonal Depression

By freshman Victoria Lawson

Lord of all seasons,
Be my warmth and my light, my Inner energy.

Draw near to me on
Rainy days when the skies are Black and weep warm tears.

Draw near to me when
The fog creeps in and heavy Air clings to my skin.

Draw near to me as
My body aches for my bed And the grey world fades.

Lord of all seasons,
When the clouds roll in, may they Not obscure Your face.

 

(Photograph provided by Abigail Roberts)

(Photograph provided by Abigail Roberts)

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