by Esther Fan Find my love for you in the quiet, In the calm of a comma In the stillness of a pause A love that breathes between the lines. Find my love for you in my words In the crooks of my CAPITALS In the softness of my vowels In the caress of my … Continue reading Untitled
by Tiffani S. Ren Don’t be the woman who stays stays to be with a man, giving up the opportunity of a refreshing, terrifying blank slate, The wild possibility of the things you could do with that blankness, what could you fill it with-- So don’t be that silly woman who falls easily into … Continue reading Home Going
By Tessa Rudolph 2/24/17 We skip the diary this time, start meditating right away. As soon as I’m settled on the couch, Dr. Khan pulls out her stopwatch, tells me to take a couple deep breaths before we begin. This is really not a good day for meditation: I have an English paper due tomorrow, … Continue reading Excerpt from “I, Mental Patient”
A poem I wrote in grade 9, which doesn’t fully make sense to me anymore but it was just interesting to look back at it after so long: Catching Time Inflexible, Unstoppable, Imminent, Ungraspable Every second steals a part of it The most miniscule fragment runs away; Even now as my laborious pen moves … Continue reading Catching Time
An unfinished poem I wrote a while ago to accompany an art piece I did If you touched your palm to the floor, I wonder if it'll be splintered by the ground beading up and rounding around your fingers. Exuberant particles by the masses leaving tarantula trails on your ring finger If you … Continue reading The Room in Frame
by Udita Bajaj The Colosseum. First day, first historical monument of Rome to visit. I stood there, motionless and at a loss of words. All I could do was stare. Stare at the architectural beauty which had a gaze several hundred years old and an aura even older. It had sustained the eye of many … Continue reading It’s Passion, not Pretence
Hi Reviewers! Starting today we will be posting the Fall 2018 The Wellesley Review E-Board introductions starting off with our wonderful senator, Alyssa 🙂 Hello! My name is Alyssa Robins, and I am the Senator for the Wellesley Review, as well as a general member on the prose and poetry boards. I am a first-year interested in … Continue reading Meet the E-Board: Senator
CW: Heart Disease “Jackie, come up for lunch!” My mother called from the kitchen. “Coming!” I stood up, felt my eyes go black, and found myself lying face down on the ground, my nose and mouth bleeding from the fall. I was 13. That was the first time I felt real fear. Hereditary heart disease … Continue reading Test Results
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