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THE PAW Volume 2 Issue 2

THE PAW Volume 2 Issue 2

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Tualatin High's Electronic Publication of Art and Writing
Tualatin High's Electronic Publication of Art and Writing

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Published by: saschmitz3 on Mar 03, 2010
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Volume 2Issue 2March, 2010
Hello Readers,Well, here we are again, kicking off second semester with a brand new issueof THE PAW! We hope that everyone’s semester has started off smoothly.This makes our second issue of this year, and, as always, we the staff wouldlike to send our thanks to all of you who were brave enough to submit yourwork. You literally keep us going, as THE PAW would not exist without yourefforts! We hope that the readers will appreciate the work contained in thisissue as well, and perhaps even be inspired to submit a piece of their own.Remember, everyone’s work is welcome, not only students, but teachers aswell! So if you are ever struck by a moment of creative genius, send in theproduct!From,Emma, co-founder,and the entire staff of THE PAW
Letter from the staff
THE PAW STAFF Amber Alberto Chris PaulMelissa Aust Madison Richardson
Margaret Campbell
JJ Sayers
Emma DeFontes
David Shumway Marianna Saucier Staff Advisor: Susan Payne
Cover Art by Kaitlynne Jensen
The metamorphosis shockssunshine and lava sproutharmonize to thegentle caress of Autumnsolemn yet beautifulshe reaches a timewhen it pains muchtoo much to hidewith every billowing leaf golden tears are shedthe grounda vibrant sunset of colorsplastered with sorrowThat naked tree.she shivers and quakesAlone.through the blustery winterWords go drybefore they leave the mouththe will to write has gonethe stories have left methe minds distractthe heart, intactno emotional ups or downsno feverish laughsno sobbing sounds
time nally learned to freeze
and the words go dryin the riverbed of thoughta desert landscapeuntil some monsoon comes againto drown itin new metaphors
 Words GoDr
Lainie Davis
McKinna Tillotson

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