This poem was chosen by our judges as the 3rd Place winner in our 5th Annual Poetry Contest. Stay Open doors and open mind He cannot see what I can hide. Beneath the surface it must go To keep him here, keep him home. The wind will blow beneath the door But
This poem was chosen by our judges as the 1st Place winner in our 5th Annual Poetry Contest. Devotion Turn me into something ancient. Speak impressions into my bones & fossilize them with every breath. Sacrifice my soul to the stars before carving my body into the shape of immortality.
Mitzi was chosen as the winner of the poetry category during our February 2018 Love Stinks writing contest. My Only Answer (or New Beginnings) ~One sweet death with me tonight~ He be like lighting to my system, insides mangled, bones cut and contorted pain as beautiful as leaves singing and twisted in the rain
Some tips that can help with writers block. Make a list List your thoughts Feelings ideas Your list doesn’t have to make sense or follow any order. The point is to get your thoughts out and onto paper in hopes of creating some ideas that you can use. Talk to someone or talk to
Here at the writing center, we look at academic papers, personal statements, resumes, and cover letters. However, did you know that we also work with creative writing? We do! We are always excited to read creative personal projects. Not only are we willing to help get your creative juices flowing in a tutoring appointment, but
Hello visitors of the writing center website, I am coming at you live from the Marian E. Wright Writing Center itself. I wanted to remind you all about our hours for this semester. We will be available to help you with your essays, presentations, personal statements, resumes, and other written works during the following times:
Sarah was chosen as the winner of the short story category during our February 2017 Love Stinks writing contest. He knows when he walks in through the door that something’s wrong. Maybe it’s the way she’s sitting on the couch, hunched over, with her head buried in her hands, the lights in the room
Melissa was chosen as the winner of the poetry category during our February 2017 Love Stinks writing contest. To the one thing that never made sense, You always had a way to break my fence. It was never clear where you came from, But in the end you showed what you could become.
This poem was the 1st Place Winner in our 4th Annual Poetry Contest. Flint and Steel was a Match– recycle ‘em now, substitute the strength for rust, reuse the dust in a length of pipe and pump poison through the latch. Better Men Built the City on a Tilt– spin the wager over
This poem was the 2nd Place Winner in our 4th Annual Poetry Contest. Strange to say, but at the start of this maze I was seated Reading feverishly, at every break I only seemed more defeated The more I read, the less I knew The less I said, the lower I flew Down came