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Hallelujah For The Cross, He Is Ever Faithful, Campbell F. Bortel Apr 2019

Hallelujah For The Cross, He Is Ever Faithful, Campbell F. Bortel

Cedarville Review

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Collapse, Meghan Largent Apr 2019

Collapse, Meghan Largent

Cedarville Review

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An Artist's Prayer, Brian Campbell Apr 2019

An Artist's Prayer, Brian Campbell

Cedarville Review

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Heal, Clara Costello Apr 2019

Heal, Clara Costello

Cedarville Review

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Cedarville Review Artist Spotlight: Miranda Dyson, Miranda Dyson Apr 2019

Cedarville Review Artist Spotlight: Miranda Dyson, Miranda Dyson

Cedarville Review

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Walking Through Snowfall, Meghan Largent Apr 2019

Walking Through Snowfall, Meghan Largent

Cedarville Review

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I Wish That My Grandma Would Narrate My Life, Hannah R. Fair Apr 2019

I Wish That My Grandma Would Narrate My Life, Hannah R. Fair

Cedarville Review

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If, Clara Costello Apr 2019

If, Clara Costello

Cedarville Review

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Women Are Built Of Homes, Chloie Benton Apr 2019

Women Are Built Of Homes, Chloie Benton

Cedarville Review

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Rose Petals, Abigail Shaffer Apr 2019

Rose Petals, Abigail Shaffer

Cedarville Review

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A Mother's Countenance, Adrienne M. Krater Apr 2018

A Mother's Countenance, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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Antarctica, Rebekah Erway Apr 2018

Antarctica, Rebekah Erway

Cedarville Review

Writing poems about not being able to write is a long-standing tradition among poets. They're an irony in and of themselves: the use of words to tell someone you have no words at all.


The Middle Onward, Adrienne M. Krater Apr 2018

The Middle Onward, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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Tempering Cedars, Adrienne M. Krater Apr 2018

Tempering Cedars, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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To The Apples: A Pantoum, Angel Grubbs Apr 2018

To The Apples: A Pantoum, Angel Grubbs

Cedarville Review

This is a little piece of poetry, known as a pantoum. It's not a pure pantoum, as I played with the structure of the sentences a little bit, but the idea is to repeat certain lines throughout the stanzas. It helps to create a scene that maintains unity, and I have found it to be especially good at capturing moments as the form likes to ruminate.


A Christian Response To Art And Literature: A Very Short Guide To Images And Texts, Andrew Graff Apr 2018

A Christian Response To Art And Literature: A Very Short Guide To Images And Texts, Andrew Graff

Cedarville Review

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Loneliness, Rebekah Erway Apr 2018

Loneliness, Rebekah Erway

Cedarville Review

Loneliness isn't a person but, rather, an absence of people. Or, to be more precise, the feeling of no one's presence except your own. To be lonely, then, as in this poem, is to feel the presence of absence, the companionship of no one, and the company of a person who isn't a person at all.


Projections, Tesla Klinger Apr 2018

Projections, Tesla Klinger

Cedarville Review

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Tart Reflections, Adrienne M. Krater Apr 2018

Tart Reflections, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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Organic, Tesla Klinger Apr 2018

Organic, Tesla Klinger

Cedarville Review

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Christened Her "Tissue", Lydia M. Matzal Apr 2018

Christened Her "Tissue", Lydia M. Matzal

Cedarville Review

This poem explores the consequences of abortion, revealing how the unborn never experience the simple beauties of nature.


Vita, Adrienne M. Krater Apr 2017

Vita, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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Editors' Foreword - A Christian Response To Art And Literature: A Very Short Guide To Images And Texts Apr 2017

Editors' Foreword - A Christian Response To Art And Literature: A Very Short Guide To Images And Texts

Cedarville Review

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Phone Home, Alyssa A. Cody Apr 2017

Phone Home, Alyssa A. Cody

Cedarville Review

This picture brings it back to a simpler time where around the corner there would be a phone booth.


Bliss, Brianna Martinez Apr 2017

Bliss, Brianna Martinez

Cedarville Review

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Teacup, Tesla Antoinnette Klinger Apr 2017

Teacup, Tesla Antoinnette Klinger

Cedarville Review

The musing one night of how my teacup is more than just its utility.


Casual Myths, David Grandouiller Apr 2017

Casual Myths, David Grandouiller

Creative Writing Minor Portfolios

This portfolio is a multi-genre collection of the best or most representative writing during my three years in the Creative Writing minor at Cedarville University. It includes seven pieces of nonfiction, one short story, and five poems. The most consistent link between these pieces across the genres is an imagist aesthetic, an attempt to live up to W. C. Williams’ adage, “No ideas but in things.” Primary themes the collection explores are my relationship with family, with place, and with God.


Promise That You Will Sing About Me: Kendrick Lamar In Posterity, Brandon Apol Apr 2017

Promise That You Will Sing About Me: Kendrick Lamar In Posterity, Brandon Apol

Music and Worship Student Presentations

Sometimes it would seem that the quietest moments turn out to have the loudest repercussions. This would seem to be a consistent case for twenty eight-year old Kendrick Lamar, whose career has been defined by surprise and unannounced publications of music that shortly afterward are spun into respected works of art. With an album that no one anticipated going to the 2013 Grammy awards, another album that leaked a week ahead of schedule (and brought Kendrick 5 Grammys), and an album that was released with almost no warning whatsoever, Kendrick Lamar Duckworth makes headlines with his art; of this there ...


Dreams And Reality: A Storyteller's Look At Life, Sara K. Bennett Jan 2017

Dreams And Reality: A Storyteller's Look At Life, Sara K. Bennett

Creative Writing Minor Portfolios

These pages tour the wanderings of a storyteller's mind and snippets of life in the forms of non-fiction, fiction, and poetry, though not always in that particular order. The topically arranged pieces first delve into the meaning of being a storyteller. This involves having half of one's mind in another place and putting on the mantles of different characters. After finishing with the theme, the collection turns to fiction with a selection of stories and poems. Turning from fiction, the collection touches upon real life pain, struggles, grief, and growing. Each provides snippets of life adding a backdrop ...


An Alternate Route, Rachael D. Tague Apr 2016

An Alternate Route, Rachael D. Tague

Creative Writing Minor Portfolios

An Alternate Route is a collection of short fiction and creative nonfiction from my undergraduate creative writing minor at Cedarville University. It explores stories I have heard, experienced, and imagined—stories worth remembering. “My Boyfriend’s Estranged Grandfather” was published in Cleaver Magazine, and “Rick’s Café: Negril, Jamaica” appeared in The MacGuffin.