Kings' Courier

Foreign: Chapter 2

Foreign: Chapter 2

March 12, 2021

As the two watched the scene before them unfold, the incident commander walked up to them.    “Are you two search and rescue from station 154?” He asked    “Yes sir.” Ryder...

Privlage

March 5, 2021

Privileged. It’s a word white people use to describe the rich Those with nice cars and houses The ones ones who don’t have to worry about having enough money for food, bills, and clothes Privileged. It’s...

Foreign - An Ongoing Saga

Foreign – An Ongoing Saga

February 9, 2021

The ground felt incredibly hard. The last thing she remembered was arguing with her mother about a possible engagement before getting the notification about the five alarm fire. The old, abandoned warehouse...

Blind Disappointment

Jazmine Leydet, Contributor October 9, 2020

I just want you to care I'm broken and falling but your not there I feel so helpless, so alone Where’s my superhero did she go home Is it too late or did I make a mistake Everything's...

“Determination” By: Jazmine Leydet

Jazmine Leydet , Contributor September 22, 2020

The waves are rough and the clouds are grey  But every morning starts a new day We all get stressed and overwhelmed  We all cry and some have meltdowns But we can’t give up It’s...

Deep Thoughts

Jazmine Leydet, Contributor August 26, 2020

Amidst Heaven and Earth         by Jazmine Leydet You can’t keep me away  I’ll fly through the night like morning glaze I’m a stray but never to the game  I'm alarmed of the night’s...

Alone

Madison Miller, Senior Contributor December 7, 2015

She was sitting alone. In the middle of the floor wondering how she got there, wondering what went wrong. What did she do? How did she manage to mess everything up again? She could hear everyone in the...

The Unforgettable Summer

Megan Greer, Senior Contributor December 7, 2015

Fans squeaking, whispers in the crowd, cattle humming to one another. Showtime. Emily woke to the sound of her alarm ringing in her ear. 8am, the hour she would awake to every summer day to head down...

Parting With Loneliness

Logan Henry, Senior Contributor December 7, 2015

As a little girl, the people around me seemed different. They all looked at me funny. I was always told by my loving mother that they were envious. I did not know what they could be jealous of, definitely...

A Race to Remember

Lucas Bowman, Senior Contributor December 7, 2015

“Just take a deep breath,” I hear from my coach behind me. I finally open my eyes to see a line of people waiting for the start lined up along the right side as if they were waiting for the grand opening...

Ashes to Nihilism

Aaron Boyd, Senior Contributor December 7, 2015

I suppose I should start at the beginning - or now, given that time and my life have been as unchanging as the barren landscape I walk. I’ve been on this pilgrimage as long as I’ve had a will to live,...

The Golden Man

Tristan Claypool, Senior Contributor December 4, 2015

Eternity. Eternity scares people. Nothing in all of history scares and enthralls people more. Countless lives wasted and lost, all for the search of eternity. Every culture tried their own sense of immortality,...

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