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Mya Kidson | June 5, 2017
Fate Falls from the Sky Outside a two story building window, a paper fell. It drifted gracefully, passing windows of buildings. The paper was a soft... Read More»
Foggy road
Mya Kidson | May 19, 2017
Step into the Darkness Emma Jensen and her friends had been daredevils all their lives. They jumped off high cliffs, roller bladed down steep... Read More»
Mya Kidson | May 15, 2017
I recently read the short story “The Female Body” by Margaret Atwood and I found it so mesmerizingly deep. Atwood writes a compelling piece on how... Read More»
Mya Kidson | April 24, 2017
Holly Painter Interviewed I recently had the wonderful opportunity of interviewing Kitchener poet Holly Painter. Holly is a motivational speaker,... Read More»
Mya Kidson | April 24, 2017
Intruder As I walk in my door from a long day of school, I toss my bag onto the couch and run upstairs to get something from my room. Just before... Read More»
Mya Kidson | April 20, 2017
In honour of National Poetry Month, hear Mya read her poem aloud: Loading the player...   Gossip The first person speaks with a vibrant tone as... Read More»
Mya Kidson | April 13, 2017
In honour of National Poetry Month, hear Mya read her poem aloud: Loading the player...   Colours Black, white, brown, yellow. We could compare... Read More»
Mya Kidson | April 7, 2017
In honour of National Poetry Month, hear Mya read her poem aloud: Loading the player...   Words Words flew out of my mouth like frisbees, And... Read More»
Mya Kidson | March 31, 2017
In honour of National Poetry Month, hear Mya read her poem aloud: Loading the player...   A Lie Something we are all capable of doing. Something... Read More»
Mya Kidson | March 24, 2017
The Flower of Luck A boy, Stressed about exams and what he’s going to do in his future. On his way home from school, He sees something on the... Read More»

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