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Cedarville Review

2016

Articles 1 - 9 of 9

Full-Text Articles in Poetry

With My Feet, David Grandouiller Apr 2016

With My Feet, David Grandouiller

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Ocean Home, Rachel A. Croskrey Apr 2016

Ocean Home, Rachel A. Croskrey

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"Ocean Home" is a pastoral view of life in and by the sea.


Titanic, David Grandouiller Apr 2016

Titanic, David Grandouiller

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Remiges And Retrices, Ruth E. Towne Apr 2016

Remiges And Retrices, Ruth E. Towne

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Floating, Rachel A. Croskrey Apr 2016

Floating, Rachel A. Croskrey

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It's not sinking, it's not flying, it's just there.


Home, Madison V. Hart Apr 2016

Home, Madison V. Hart

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Naturally, Dominique R. Jackson Apr 2016

Naturally, Dominique R. Jackson

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Two Girls In The Rain, Brian Campbell Apr 2016

Two Girls In The Rain, Brian Campbell

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"Two Girls in the Rain" contrasts how two different people react to the same trials and circumstances through the use of symbolism and parallelism.


Hiraeth, Brian Campbell Apr 2016

Hiraeth, Brian Campbell

Cedarville Review

In 2002, my family was evacuated out of Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa, due to a civil war. I was five years old at the time, and my older sister was in boarding school. Two years later, my family returned to Côte d’Ivoire, only to be evacuated again after the nearby town was bombed. Despite only living in Côte d’Ivoire for four years of my life, the country and both evacuations have left a tremendous mark on my life. Through my poem “Hiraeth,” I explore nostalgia and the uncontrollable fleeting of time. According to Merriam Webster, “hiraeth” is ...