St. Olaf sentiments: March 17, 2017

For the past three years I have tracked the comings and goings of numerous groups of wildlife on campus, from flocks of friendly geese...

Blind Tiger

They brought you to me writhing, A frantic, incredulous prisoner of bloody darkness. Two orbs of blue flint, bulging in the rage of violation that no one...

Larla Schnutter and the Mystery of Holland Hall

glower at my murky reflection in the bathroom mirror as I slide a steel blade along my face, frosting it in soapy white...

Snow is Disgusting: a Reverse Poem

(to be read forwards and backwards) Snow is disgusting And I pity those that say Snow is magical and beautiful For I know that Those delicate, soft flakes freeze Like...

Refuge

Black tea White snow And the earthen rests of each Make up the scale of this quiet day Retreating from the cold blowing Of thoughts titled “Can” and “Can-Not,” I...