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THE PAW: Issue 2

THE PAW: Issue 2



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Issue #2
March, 2009
Dear Reader,Thank you for once again visiting THE PAW! And for those of you who missed our
rst issue, welcome!We’re sorry that it has taken so long to get this new issue online, although a por
tion of the blame can be placed on that lovely snow week we had in December(aren’t most of everyone’s problems due to that untimely phenomenon?)But now that we’re back, as always, we the sta would like to send our thanks toall of you who were brave enough to submitt your work. We were very excited towork on this issue, which features work from a host of artists and writers entirelynew to THE PAW; we hope that you, the reader, will become just as enthusedwhen you begin your perusal.Finally, just as a side note, we were also pleased to see a greater variety of genresin the literature for this issue, especially an increase in the number of short stories.We even have the pleasure of presenting our rst chapter story; the rst part willappear in this issue, but you’ll have to wait for the next one for the nal chapter!Once again, we’d like to thank everyone for submitting to this issue, and encour
age you to continue sending us your wonderful entries. And for those of you whohaven’t yet found the courage to submit anything, we beseech you: Please do!
We’re waiting to showcase your genius!
Sincerely,The Sta of THE PAW
 THE PAW STAFFLetter rom the Sta 
Susan Payne- AdvisorMelissa AustMargaret CampbellEmma DeFontesGillian DowneyAmber LindstromMarianna SaucierDavid ShumwayPatreece Suen
Cover Art: “Dining with Diane” by Gabriela Cardoso
By Elizabeth M.
It’s a scene right off the silver screenThe tape rollsThe light shinesAs you fumble with your linesIt’s just not working out you sayHere comes the part where I walk wayCutThe director and camera men yellIt’s like you’re under some kind of spellYour dead eyesAnd emotionless faceAll seem out of placeHe yells take twoSo you try something newIt’s just been so longCutNo, no that all seems wrongLike a stolen line from a songTake three
This is your nal attempt to make me see
We just weren’t meant to beI think we should just go our separate waysYour words put me in a hazeBut it’s time for my line
Just get it out and I’ll be ne
Do you have a reason?You sigh and say you’re greatBut from the look in your eyes I know it’s too lateYou’re already goneI was just another pawnThe scene is doneThat was a fast oneI wait for the director to yell cutBut no one says a thingBecause this isn’t a movie sceneI’m just another heartbroken teenSo I just walk awayThere’s nothing more I can say.
“John Lennon” by Emily Lobbato

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