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The Crossings

The Intersection of Faith and Art.

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Poetry

It Does Not Speak, But Still, It Moves

By Rachel Stevenson It does not speak, But still, it moves Trapped within its bony cage the weaving of a tapestry ensues Grasping at scraps of thought and word It swiftly stitches them together Impatient for something profound to occur... Continue Reading →

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Impractical Jokers

By Bryce Yoder I don’t understand Jokers. Their place in a deck seems like it went unchecked, like the first man to make some playing cards forgot to inspect his work cause Jokers get no respect - as an avid... Continue Reading →

Broken Heart’s Lament

By Autumn Byer 11th Grade, Bremen Senior High   I never once dreamed we’d be torn from each other’s arms. My heart feels overwhelmed by the agony resting deep within because you’re gone. Without you, I feel lost in my... Continue Reading →

Blu-Bird

By Zachary Veazie 12grade, John Adams High School

The Garden

By Sarah Lohroff Don’t come too close, you’ll be standing in his spot You’ll trample the roses and marigolds I’ve planted with careful thought Watered with tears of conviction and unyielding self-control They stand a little taller with each passing... Continue Reading →

The Story

by Dr. Bryan Isaac   Creator’s might Crafts our delight, His works reveal His nature. The land, the sky, The birds that fly; Our planet’s every creature. Then humans came, Born in His name, God’s plan? With us, relate! But... Continue Reading →

An Ode to My Childhood as a Carnie

by Rebekah Miller See the July night, red-white striped tents,  lights from rides’ mounts. Smell the cotton candy pink and popcorn buttered. Stationary horses whinny as they go round and round. The street’s full of clowns and painted faces and... Continue Reading →

Fallen Cherub

by Susan Miley  A little girl in a Baptist Church might’ve fallen from Heaven. Her fluffy eyelashes and paired wings flutter, as she beams under the glances of the other church-goers. In her white tights, she giggles quietly. Her golden... Continue Reading →

Sweet Girl

by Emily Sefcheck Tell me, sweet girl,                                                                   ... Continue Reading →

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