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The Hemlock Review

A fine arts magazine by the CSAS student community

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poetry

Fisher Latham, class of 2019
America Land of the Free
poetry

America
Land of the free
The land that made you and me
The red, white, and blue
Who enjoy a good old fashioned barbeque
Where McDonald’s is the go to
But that is the portrait the government
Paints and portrays to you
In a lot of cases it’s do or die
And everytime I look around
I get chills and butterflies Continue reading

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Ivy Wesson, class of 2021
Grasp
poetry

Do you understand what it is like to wake up at 4am
Simply because you never went to sleep?
Do you know that feeling of bitter wind on tear stained cheeks? Continue reading

Anonymous
Unnamed
poetry

I don’t even know just what I should do
Not every path will lead back to you
Most lead away, in a while different way Continue reading

Morgan Pursley, class of 2023
Why Can’t I Feel?
poetry

When i die, how many will be there to grieve?
When i die, how many people will remember?
When anxiety comes knocking on my door, it’s these questions that haunt me, Continue reading

Lillian Russell, class of 2023
Life Behind, Death Ahead
poetry

I am someone no one can help you from.
Well, I’m something.
I make you sad. Continue reading

Anonymous
Hearts
poetry

Hearts are fragile
Like dandelions in the wind
One blow and everything floats away Continue reading

Anonymous
Anxiety
poetry

Anxiety eats away at me everyday
Anxiety stops me from my freedom of expression but people say “get over it”
How do I get over it
When I can’t even finish a conversation without a sorry Continue reading

Michelle Bulls, class of 2023
Peace in the Hands of Me
poetry

Me the hands
Wrapped around like a
Golden chain never to
Come undone Continue reading

Anonymous
Control
poetry

This is a new pain,
One that no one knows.
No one has felt my agony,
No one has felt my despair. Continue reading

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