Fairytale – by Jai Lynn

The chief joy of writing and rehearsing fairytales is that imagination is queen. Often the less believable and less Cartesian a fairytale is, the more appealing and enduring it is. Think of Snow White (how does coughing up a poisoned apple wake someone up from a 7-year death-like sleep?) or the remarkably titled tale “EastContinue reading “Fairytale – by Jai Lynn”

Elegant Frondescence

Enjoy this poem about the complex yet ordered beauty of nature by Navaparna G. Succulent vegetationAugmented the garden in various colorsRoving among the tracksI discovered, confused –Between roses and sunflowersWe cannot compare their beauty,As each reveals its splendor,Exquisitely adorned in precise limitations,They choose to be confined within barriers. No competition could encounter among them,May itContinue reading “Elegant Frondescence”

Not The Girl That You See- Diya Kapri

Today we’re featuring the poem “Not The Girl That You See” by Diya Kapri. This piece brings up the common misconception that the face the world sees is the person that you are. Enjoy! She isn’t the girl I used to know. The girl you see smiles all the time,Hiding her feelings behind a wall;TheContinue reading “Not The Girl That You See- Diya Kapri”

Radiate Literary Journal Vol. 1 Issue 1

Editors’ Note It’s my joy to present the first issue of the Radiate Literary Journal. I hope every reader is just as inspired by the voices of these young authors as I have been. It truly is a privilege to read and consider the words of my fellow student writers. This journal is called “Radiate”Continue reading “Radiate Literary Journal Vol. 1 Issue 1”