Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Schizophrenic

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Anger Is such a pointless emotion Yet it consumes me Anger at voices nattering away, of silent words and silent urges. Tyrants in their kingdom Fighting off the plague I am alone, And surrounded, by war. Both sides fighting a constant battle, One heart...

Enigma of Love

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Frozen eyes and scattered lips, that’s all left in your portrait. Unzipped wounds of cruelty are stained by scarlet white. Fragments of linen hold up a fragrance which pierces my nose.  In your eyes, I am seeing me, placid, But mine turns out to be empty. You, the...

You

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I want to see you smile, I want to be the one to make you smile, I want to be there with you Through every moment. I want to hold you when you’re crying, I want my sweater to soak up your tears, I...

Abandon – Meg Cabot

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Abandon ranks high amongst my reading list as one of my top three favourite trilogies. The entire series spans over a very short period but will seem to be drawn out. It hooks you and doesn’t let you leave until it is two in...

Enlightenment Part II: The Answer

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He awoke to the sound of birds singing as the morning sun rose up from behind the bleached horizon, and chased the night away with its holy fire. Feeling apologetic for his behaviour, the man decided to ask the wind, once again, but this time a...

The Sound of Rain

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Searching for meaning in an empty coffee cup he sat around the busy café contemplating life. The rain pouring out her dreams and hopes on the clear window as if to shout out “It is me your searching for!” The coffee now gone just as his will for...

Enlightenment Part I: The Question

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On top of the green, infinite mountains stands a man no older than eternity, talking to nature as the soft whispers of the wind echo in his ears: telling him of a time before man, when nature ruled in harmony around the globe. ...

A life without colour

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My vision is only of gray. “The world is a rainbow;” I know this for sure. I’ve heard of the magnificent shades of human emotion. I’ve seen them for myself, but I do not see in colour anymore. I live within a personal orbit of dullness and nothing...

Poetry, film, book reviews coming to The Baron

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Your favourite student publication will now be featuring an arts section! You will notice it has a drop-down menu, where you can choose to browse through poetry or book and film reviews. We realize that not everyone cares to read the news and some readers may be more...

Lorenzo Society reading today

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This week’s Lorenzo Society reading is from I am Herod by Richard Kemick. The reading will be taking place Wednesday, October 30, at 7 p.m. at the Saint John Free Public Library in uptown Saint John. Here is a little more about I am Herod from...