Writer’s Anonymous was created for students who share a passion for writing. Their material ranges from poems to fiction and short stories to novels. Students express creativity and share writing ideas with friends. In Writer’s Anonymous they encourage and help develop stories along. Critiquing of other’s literature helps improve your own writing as well. So stop on by Writer’s Anonymous for time with friends and a great writing experience. They meet every other Wednesday in Ms. Poulos’ room.
“Walking in Exodus” is a poem written by John Glenn student Marcelo Neves.
Walking in Exodus,
Feelings of recklessness,
Cause me to think of my enemies,
All of my strange situations,
I get no vacation,
I'm lying here literally limp in the limits of lyricists, linguists, and lyrical genius.
Deep in my mind I can feel it. I know I can see it.
For now though I have to stay quiet and dream it.
Defeating my demons that tear me to pieces,
Is all I can think about, very indecent.
Hell is a seed and it grows in my dreams,
Then leaks in my world through the fray in the seams.
My mind is a door leading straight to the core,
Our problems, domestic, expected and more.
I die in my nightmares, we all do of course.
It’s one of those things that I wish to implore.
To cease and to do so discreetly, I know it’s not easy.
I have to review all my horror of course.
No matter how much I wish to distort,
The truth behind all of the sins I deplore.
Will ever be present in hate and I hate,
Disgusting, I carry to death and it’s date.
I know of these feelings they’re real and not fake.
They’re blows to my worth and no more can I take.