Whats with the subliminal resources
Completely lost with unforgiven chambers
You will perish as we go through our courses
As you go about with evil gamblers
Life itself is nowhere
To be found
Truth is here so they
Send the hounds
Everyone is dead while they cherish
Everything is beyond reality
Knowing it is a ticket
To the upstairs where we find Everywhere
No such thing as pain
Spirits instead of my brain
The Good have worked beyond chores
So we all know the poor
Thanks to War, Death, and Dead
We know to listen to our Family and Friends
by Hayden Lamb
Photo Credit: America by Thomas Hawk on Flickr; used under Creative Commons License.
From the first time you ever set eyes on me, to when I was a little girl who used to sit on your knee, to that wonderful laugh you always gave and that gleam in your eyes that over the years I’ve watched fade, you’ve shared your home, your heart, your everything. When I ran away as a child, needed a cigarette and a smile you you never turned me away, even as your dark hour came nearer I knew you would always be there,and when you finally needed me I helped with the best of me, trying to keep that wonderful smile and rewarding laugh, spirits high and peace of mind I’m glad that I got to say “good bye” with a kiss on the check and an “I love you”, even though you were lost I knew you knew me then too.
by Ashley Hensley
Photo Credit: Family by Kat Grigg on Flickr; used on Creative Commons license.
Did you ever wonder what happens when math teachers try to write poetry? Wonder no more! Lucky Number? Seven isn’t my lucky number. Seven is complicated, undisciplined, impossible to predict. Now ten, ten is mannerly and meek, Sweet home-schooled child of the number family. Ten perches properly in his seat, with one hand aloft, […]
via Lucky Number? — A Softer Shade of Red
Our students were asked to write on the college’s respect writing prompt for this semester’s competition. Ten students entered their final drafts into the contest and the results are in.
Drum roll, please!
The winners of the Yavapai College Adult Education Spring 2017 Writing Contest are:
3rd Place: Respect and the Individual by Alyssa Wohlwend, Prescott Valley
2nd Place: What Does it Mean to Have Respect? by Tonatiuh Malanos-Rodriguez, Verde Valley
the first place Essay, winning a full GED scholarship is…
See Me by Rose Vasquez, Prescott!
Congratulations, Rose, and a big thank you to all who participated!
Photo Credit: Congratulations! by nutmeg66 on Flickr; used under Creative Commons License.