The Mustang Times

Ocean Blue

Ocean Blue

September 7, 2018

Fear

Fear

November 15, 2017

SnowGlobe

SnowGlobe

May 14, 2017

“Lost”

Haley Webster, student contributor

April 25, 2017

Filed under Poetry, Uncategorized

What is the point of looking for who I want to be if I don’t even know who I am now? I just don’t know what i’m going to do if I don’t even know who I am? “ You’re going to go far in life” but, do you really me...

The Thief

The Thief

March 21, 2017

Was it a dream?

Catherine Korb, guest writer

December 2, 2016

Filed under Creative Writing, Poetry, Short Stories

I became aware of death truly by the age of nine when my uncle Dave passed away… I had known of death and that people die every day, but I never realized the effect of it until that day. In the moment, I felt almost like ...

Time

Time

May 12, 2016

Elegy: My Grandpa

Anonymous 10th Grader, student submission

May 10, 2016

Filed under Poetry

My mind clouded with memories As we say one last goodbye I wish you were here again Your lap to sit on, Your loving smile, Taken way too soon. You were fighting a battle you Couldn`t have won. Six years of pain, Now...

Friend of mine

Anonymous 10th Grader, student submission

May 10, 2016

Filed under Poetry

My heart is filled with heartache: you were here with me, my best friend, now gone- cut from my world. Oh, how we would talk, about everything- the cruel teachers and our times apart, laughing at our memories. Nothing...

Clouds

Anonymous 10th Grader, student submission

May 10, 2016

Filed under Poetry

You’re lying in the green grass looking up at the baby blue sky, waiting for white fluffy clouds to float into view, to see magnificent shapes. As they drift past, you’re drawn to one: it has pointed ears, with a...

Oblivious

Taylor Spence, student submission

May 10, 2016

Filed under Poetry, Uncategorized

He storms through the hallway, face burning red, mumbling something I can’t quite understand. Everyone’s having conversations, unaware of him. I don’t know his name, but his face is familiar. Like I’ve seen...

Black & White

Taylor Spence, student submission

May 10, 2016

Filed under Poetry, Uncategorized

As a child your imagination was infinite. You could be whatever you wanted to be, do whatever you wanted to do, and at that time… it all seemed easy. At first it was a cowboy riding the biggest bull around, a ninja...

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