I can still see her there in the sunlight. Through the boards covering my windows, there are small streams of light that penetrate the defenses and allow me a chance to see the world outside. The beams brighten my house as best they can, but sometimes they’re like little floodlights trained on my position, challenging […]
I wish to hold you Oh how I’d love to mold you Has no one over told you How perfect you are? And now you’re acting bold, you Looks like I have to scold you Has no one ever told you How innocent you are? But come and breathe my gold, you Its all you […]
Windhover is an annual publication created by students, for students. We would love to have you on staff this year. Although all positions exception for designers are unpaid, working with this award-winning publication is a smart addition to a résumé and gives great experience. The committment for each position fluctuates, but since the publication is […]
A shrill chill willed wild wind winding through sonorous streets, Banishing the balmy blanket of covetous clouds. Gaily gathered gangs of gawkers feasted feats or treats, Daringly displayed, by drab-dressed members of the crowd. Wistful listless wanderers, annual spectacle.
There was a man named Drew Who taught Calculus Three And his wife Sally Anne Sue Who taught Geometry That got married conveniently They both went by “Doctor” Teaching at the University Best wishes, Dr. Hoctor.