Pelham Examiner

A Woman’s Worth

By Luca Rivera

December 13, 2018

Filed under Poetry

I am a lesser being because I am a girl, It is illogical to think that My future will be full of success, In reality I am worth nothing, It is wrong to think that I am equal to every other being that walks th...

The Corridor

The Corridor

December 3, 2018

The Last Weekend

By Dan Carlton

November 1, 2018

Filed under Poetry

Mid moon ride through forest of red, gather bay girls wrap warm scarved head. Wind chasing pods pre flashes of green, record weight gord named sur after saints. Tales of breach and whites shared drying sun, the slides but...


By Violet Massie-Vereker

September 6, 2018

Filed under Poetry

This body of air is raging around everything All that holds against it has never looked so solid and still It seems the whole world is surging up, and all that has ever grown up from the earth bows its head, and waits...


By Ella Burns

August 28, 2018

Filed under Poetry

Happiness overcame the young face, When even the smallest opportunity came. A smile that was carefree. Radiant memories pranced around in her brain, But the ones she wished would disappear, Wouldn’t. Her chapter...


By Alyssa Purcea

August 28, 2018

Filed under Poetry

She's a storm. Her heart is cold, but her hands are warm. Her emotions unfold.   Her heart is cold and her mind is numb. Her emotions unfold, reducing everything else to a hum.   Her mind ...