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The Student Voice of Forest Hills Central

The Central Trend

The Student Voice of Forest Hills Central

The Central Trend

The Student Voice of Forest Hills Central

The Central Trend

Jessie Warren

Jessie Warren, Print Managing Editor

Jessie Warren is a senior, and this will be her second and final year as a staff member of The Central Trend. Ever eager to write, she finds a sort of solace in sharing her words with others, a passion that has bonded her to the other visionaries of Rooms 139 and 140. Besides a desire to keep pumping out work she can be proud of, Jessie is keen to finally resurrect the print edition alongside fellow Print Managing Editor Lauren Batterbee, a horizon that is seemingly getting closer and closer with each day that passes.

Favorite Shows: Fleabag, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Normal People

If she were a type of building, she would be: A planetarium or a tea shop

Favorite stories to write: She enjoys writing columns most, but the feeling of putting together a great feature is something she has slowly learned to fall in love with.

A few of her favorite things: Cliche coming-of-age films, the feeling in the driver's seat of her Subaru, and her community—whether that be her kindred spirits, her family, or her dog, Levi.

All content by Jessie Warren
Allie and me on my favorite chair in November before our daily staff meeting began.

[Photo] The blissful transition from following a beaten trail to shining light on a new one

June 2, 2022

Allie and me on my favorite chair in November before our daily staff meeting began.

This was when Meggie, Jessie, and I went to the butterfly sanctuary in preparation for my TedTalk.

[Photo] The ongoing, everlasting concept of time: part 2

May 13, 2022

This was when Meggie, Jessie, and I went to the butterfly sanctuary in preparation for my TedTalk.

One last push to pending; one new moment in time where things feel right, where I feel ready.

[Photo] Dear most auspicious reader,

May 5, 2022

One last push to pending; one new moment in time where things feel right, where I feel ready.

The 2021-22 staff of The Central Trend in room 139/140—home.

[Photo] The Central Trend staff wins sixteen MIPA awards

May 4, 2022

The 2021-22' staff of The Central Trend in room 139/140—home.

One of the many gallery walls as the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. The paintings there never move—even empty frames have to remain where they originally were. That is what this goodbye feels like.

That will be it

May 4, 2022

She loves metaphors. Because for her, there has always been something comforting about the shield they provide. Flowers are known by numbers of names, but the non-scientific ones almost always sound...

Meggie plans to pursue art at the University of Michigan and broaden her horizons.

[Photo] Meggie Kennedy opens a new sketchbook for her next journey as an artist

May 4, 2022

Meggie plans to pursue art at the University of Michigan and broaden her horizons.

The official poster for Netflixs adaption of the graphic novel series, Heartstopper.

Heartstopper is an authentic look into modern teenage life

April 25, 2022

Last Friday, a torrential downpour circumscribed my vehicle as I charted my way up and down Cascade Road, surrounded by the harmony of laughter and Lorde music. From the FHC auditorium and the shadows...

A snapshot from the walk we took at the park, on an early spring night when it was warm enough for me to pull out my summer wardrobe.

The moment before goodbye

April 24, 2022

I'm writing this because—no matter how trivial it may sound—I just realized that I would never reach 100 stories published if I didn't. Without these words I plan to haphazardly plaster to the page,...

Cayden posing in front of The Great Gatsby mural in the freshman hallway.

From Spanish-immersion to FHC, freshman Cayden McNamara is finding his place

April 22, 2022

For as long as freshman Cayden McNamara can remember, his world has been tinted in the technicolor pursuit of learning the Spanish language.  From the time that he started school, Cayden attended a...

Me, standing in my Aunts backyard with a tulip in hand on Easter Sunday. I was feeling particularly like Jessie Lynn in this moment.

They call me Jessie Lynn

April 22, 2022

They call me Jessie Lynn, because that is my name— at least according to the remarks often made when I try to rationalize it all.   Because at school, people call me Jessie. Sweet...

Erin and I holding hands through the car window on our way back from a Whitecaps game.

The importance of this place

April 22, 2022

For the longest time, she denied this place— this place where razor scooters once danced upon the pavement, and the voices of friends bounced in and out of clarity.   Something about...

V and I, taken by Jessie with her disposable camera, on one of those extra special, extra fun TCT days.

[Photo] To those sticking around,

April 20, 2022

V and I, taken by Jessie with her disposable camera, on one of those extra special, extra fun TCT days.

A rather blurry photo of my mom, our late-bullmastiff JJ, and me all standing around a sunset campfire.

The hellos and goodbyes that waver beyond words

March 21, 2022

She's always talked in sonnets—syllables that pour like rain through wide-open flood gates, stopping for nothing. Yet, when it comes to this, there have never been words. Only music. Bonnie Raitt...

One of the many posters for the newest season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s fourth season was nothing short of sensational

March 14, 2022

Eight birthday candles protrude from a Trader Joe's chocolate cake, two of which's wax are carved into an aquamarine eighteen. The new kombucha flavor we just got done exciting over sits half-consumed...

A screenshot taken on the other end of a FaceTime call while I tried tirelessly to stack Squishmallows on my head.

To the romantics, with all my love

March 7, 2022

In 10th grade, I memorized "A Dream Within a Dream" by Edgar Allen Poe. For an assignment in which we only had to recall a few stanzas—a few trivial words before reading from the screen again—I...

The vintage camera display in an antique store off Century Avenue.

We live inside this garden

March 1, 2022

We live inside a garden With walls that wade in subtle pigmentation From nights when rain still fell hard upon our petals.   We live inside a garden  With hydrangeas dripping in a...

The poster for The Sims 4 Wedding Stories released on February 23rd.

The Sims 4 Wedding Stories pairs perfect concepts with atrocious execution

February 28, 2022

It was Tuesday, February eighth. After trekking the 15-minute foray from school to my evergreen oasis of a home, I climbed tiredly under the loose bedspread that sat wrinkled on my mattress. Flicking...

The Dead and the Dying (2022), an on-the-spot event that was held in room 139 in remembrance of mine and Jessies computer.

[Photo] It started with my computer key, but it will end in a harrow haunting

February 28, 2022

The Dead and the Dying (2022), an on-the-spot event that was held in room 139 in remembrance of mine and Jessie's computer.

Winterfest Court Q&As: Vinod Rajakrishna

Winterfest Court Q&As: Vinod Rajakrishna

February 25, 2022

1. What was your reaction to getting nominated on court? "I was pretty surprised because I really didn't think I'd be one of the 10 to get it, but it was exciting regardless." 2. What does it mean...

Winterfest Court Q&As: Alex Kaufmann

Winterfest Court Q&As: Alex Kaufmann

February 24, 2022

1. What was your reaction to getting nominated on court? "I was a little surprised people had voted for me. When Mrs. O'Brien came up to us and said, 'Hey, you two need to go to Manders,' it was shocking....

I pulled over on the way home from my dads house to take this photo, in a moment when the music in my car sparked imminent joy.

The melodies that fit each day, hour, and moment in between

February 22, 2022

I have never truly grasped the subtle impact of music until—after years of dragging my feet—I finally got my driver's license. There is an abundance to how the speakers sound through my tangerine-tinted...

Winterfest Court Q&As: Gavin OMeara

Winterfest Court Q&As: Gavin O’Meara

February 22, 2022

What was your reaction to getting nominated on court? "I was pretty surprised, but really I was just super excited and really honored to be a part of this court. It's a great group of people, and I'm...

A picture taken at Art Prize this year of one of my favorite sunsets in the city.

For color and beauty alone

February 14, 2022

A classic melody slowly winds us into greens and taupes, mixing smoothly with primary tones of red, blue, and yellow. Deep auburn takes the lead, the once melodic tone turning hazy and muffled as the conversation...

Thomas up on stage performing in front of an audience.

Thomas Cobb is taking on the world one chord at a time

February 10, 2022

Senior Thomas Cobb has been immersed in melodies for almost as long as he can remember. Starting at a young age with the instrumentals of the piano, he was automatically enthralled in a world far bigger...

Clara, aka tinyjewishgirl, for PAPER magazine rocking glitter, pink, and a funky hairstyle.

Fashion is subjective, so why are we pretending it’s anything but?

February 7, 2022

During my family's semi-annual Boston trip of my freshman year, I can vividly recollect stepping through the doors of a Free People for the first time. Perusing the indie and often campy racks, I let...

An all-encompassing photo of inside the antique store, Century Antiques.

[Photo] The art of antiquing bonds students with history and connections to one another

January 31, 2022

An all-encompassing photo of inside the antique store, Century Antiques.

Skateboarding provides students with a sense of community and culture

Skateboarding provides students with a sense of community and culture

January 31, 2022

About a year ago, freshman Charlie Molitor watched the film Mid-90s for the first time. The movie—which was released in 2018—follows a young kid growing up in Los Angeles, California as he is integrated...

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness premiered on Netflix this month.

Jonathan Van Ness’ new show piqued my curiosity

January 31, 2022

During mid-June—on the way to Colorado Springs for my brother's wedding—my mother, sister, and I all climbed into my mom's white Subaru Outback and trekked across four states and a two-hour time change. Within...

A collection of photos Ive taken on disposable cameras within the last two years.

These photos are etched in memories

January 24, 2022

As individuals, we inherently encircle ourselves in wreaths of kindred souls, and it's for this exact reason that I often feel ordinary.  I order from Starbucks the same iced chai tea latte with oat...

The poster for Illumination Entertainments newest film, Sing 2.

Sing 2 is a lighthearted amalgamation of life’s trials and joys

January 17, 2022

Holiday break is often associated with the salvation it provides—the fourteen-day cushion of time entirely allotted to escaping the pressure of school and reveling in the freedom of every weekday. Yet,...

Rowan began reading Harry Potter in second grade and hasnt stopped since.

Rowan Szpieg finds a whimsical escape within the world of Harry Potter

January 13, 2022

Over the holiday break of her second-grade year, freshman Rowan Szpieg was sitting down to watch the first Harry Potter film alongside her family. Yet, unbeknownst to them, Rowan was holding onto a...

I had this snapshot as my profile photo on Instagram for a few months last year, during a similarly nostalgic period in my life.

I’ll only cry a little

January 10, 2022

Lately, everything has had a pattern. There have been nights that have drawn on to lengths unimaginable, my time spent within a shallow pool of cluttered thoughts, the ripples on the surface composed...

How to Save a Planet begun in 2020, and has been regularly releasing episodes since via Spotify.

The podcast How to Save a Planet expertly balances banter with education

December 13, 2021

Around once each month, I set aside a weekend entirely devoted to getting my life back on track. I spend my Saturday afternoons and Sunday evenings catching up on any school work I may be behind on...

An infographic on the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine in light of new variants.

The Omicron variant: what it is and what it entails for the United States

December 6, 2021

Opinions expressed in editorials on The Central Trend are the view of the individual writer and are not the opinion of the entire staff of The Central Trend or the Forest Hills Central staff or administration. Omicron...

TCTs The Countless Thanks 2021: Jessie Warren

TCT’s The Countless Thanks 2021: Jessie Warren

November 25, 2021

Meggie Kennedy, for being my literal soulmate. I’m writing this on the night before it’s due, cramming my thankfulness for people into little boxes marked by their names. Yet, I’m deeply struggling...

Emerson began skateboarding around three years ago, and hopes to one day pursue it professionally.

Emerson Burrows brings originality to everything he does

November 18, 2021

A few days ago, freshman Emerson Burrows was watching Little Women when his cat spontaneously caught on fire. "I turned around, and my cat was half on fire," Emerson said. "I had a candle lit, and he...

A snapshot from my senior photos, which just involved me frolicking in the woods.

Dear Josephine, I’m reading Jane Eyre

November 15, 2021

A year or so ago, for a celebration I cannot quite place, my best friend gifted me an antiquated anthology of a few Jane Austen novels. The pages are framed in a dull, gold leaf, the cover plastered...

Three of the new features introduced in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Animal Crossing expands its horizons through the release of its newest updates

November 8, 2021

During the quarantine of my sophomore year—via one of the many Sims YouTubers I follow—I discovered the web of worlds that is Animal Crossing: New Horizons.  A top-rated game dating back to 2001,...

A few of the different styles and colors my hair has been within the last year or so.

The girl in the pictures and the hair that defines her

November 1, 2021

Two times within the past year, my hair has turned a cerulean blue so impossible to remove. And both times, seemingly without fail, I despise the way it looks after a week of having it as such. I toil...

Spooky Humans: John Fisher

Spooky Humans: John Fisher

October 28, 2021

"My first experience with any kind of paranormal activity— I was kind of a skeptic about ghosts in general—but my wife and I live near the cemetery over by Pine Ridge. This was many years ago, but...

Strawberry Guys two newest singles on a playlist I created solely for the cover of this article.

Strawberry Guy’s newest singles chime with comfort and color

October 25, 2021

I was searching rather unsuccessfully for an item to review when my fellow-TCT staff member and long-time musical cohort, Kelsey Dantuma, asked if I'd ever heard of Strawberry Guy. Upon my curious no,...

Savannah soaking up the sunshine at an outdoor picnic with friends.

Savannah Blue finds comfort in all things flora and fauna

October 21, 2021

Some of junior Savannah Blue's fondest childhood memories center around one obscure location: Chow Hound. Harkening back to her younger years, Savannah can recollect regularly running errands with her...

The stairway at my dads house cloaked in mid-day sunshine.

She flickers like the sunshine, the wind, and her words

October 18, 2021

At this moment, the sun has disappeared along with the wind, and the capering illusions that dash across the hardwood have fancifully flickered away. The paintings upon the gallery wall are shielded...

The cover for Mitskis newest single, Working for the Knife.

“Working for the Knife” is an ode to the vulnerability of creation

October 11, 2021

Above all things, I take pride in my myriad of Spotify playlists—for each mood or moment, I have a melody to accompany. Yet, a single strand runs throughout each collection: a scarlet and cerulean string...

The collection of projects that greets students and staff as they enter the Art Department.

With a touch of creation and a tinge of vibrancy, AP Art serves as a hub for ingenuity and togetherness

October 8, 2021

For as long as they can remember, junior Michael Boughton has been encircled in beauty. Michael can recollect their mother urging them, from an early age, to love themselves and the world around them....

The painting on my bedroom walls cast in the glow of my stained glass light bulb.

Nevertheless, he does

October 4, 2021

She wishes she could write like Hozier lyrics, and when she thinks this, she feels green. Green not in a queasy, nauseous way, but rather like wading within the shallow pools of her mother's Earth....

The fall-themed endcap that meets customers the second they enter Trader Joes.

Trader Joe’s offers up a cornucopia of tasty fall treats in preparation for the coming season

September 27, 2021

Out of all the seasons, it is no secret that I harbor an unabashed, brazen adoration for autumn. Similar to every other girl my age, there is something about the leaves changing each year that brings...

Homecoming Court Q&As: Abby Drueke

Homecoming Court Q&As: Abby Drueke

September 21, 2021

What was your reaction to hearing your name called? "Hearing my name honestly just surprised me, mostly because they said Abigail and no one calls me that, so it took me a second to realize it was me....

A photo taken outside the 2021 Met Gala, where a group of BLM protesters staged a peaceful demonstration.

Outside the 2021 Met Gala: The Black Lives Matter protest that is being swiftly overlooked

September 16, 2021

For 78 years—with a few exceptions—the annual Met Gala has served as a staple of universal pop culture. Since the late 1940s, the event has attracted celebrities from distinct realms of fame, joined...

Good Trouble finished airing its third season on Hulu as of September 8th, 2021.

Hulu’s Good Trouble effortlessly combines familiar characters with modern circumstances

September 15, 2021

From an early fascination with shows like Pretty Little Liars to my more recent consumption of newer programs, including Ginny and Georgia and Elite, I've never kept quiet about my adoration for "so...

Improv Team Q&As: Gavin OMeara

Improv Team Q&As: Gavin O’Meara

September 15, 2021

What made you decide to join Improv? "My freshman year, Mrs. [Robin] Demeester saw me walking in the hallways the day of auditions and told me to come back after school, so I said okay, and I auditioned....

A peak inside the greenhouse, where students are currently growing kale.

The greenhouse is flourishing into a new school year, one with fresh meaning and purpose

September 9, 2021

Senior Rachel Marco would be the first to admit that, out of all her interests, she is first and foremost a big plant lover.  From her early education at Goodwillie Environmental School to her many...

A photograph taken within the sunlit side room of an antique store in Traverse City.

She finds her purpose in them

September 6, 2021

That night, she dreamt she was in the elderly woman’s house. Opening her tightly shut eyelids, she aspired to once again be perched upon her cupboard shelf, watching in maternal felicity as the family...

The cover for Mae Powells debut album, Both Ways Brighter.

Mae Powell’s debut album is the newest tonic for my inspiration

August 30, 2021

Recently, likely due to a three-month hiatus from my web of words, the letters on my keyboard are starting to look less and less like the friends I've come to know. I can hardly write, and when I do, it...

A frog statue that has rested on my back patio for as long as I can remember.

The view from the edge of seventeen

June 17, 2021

When I was still a child, My backyard was the noise that I could introduce to it.   It was the trampoline with leg-sized holes and a two-person capacity limit that we nearly always broke.   It...

A photo I took around this time last year, when I was still overwhelmingly ecstatic for summertime.

I cannot seem to leave her here

June 1, 2021

For three circles around the sun, the sapphire glades and willow waters of summer have never given her reason to doubt. As treasures always do, they have welcomed her and let her use them for her silly...

FHC Inspires Q&As: Katelynn Heilman

FHC Inspires Q&As: Katelynn Heilman

May 27, 2021

Speaker: Katelynn Heilman How do you feel about your TED Talk being picked for FHC Inspires? “I was really excited when I found out I was a part of FHC Inspires, although I was a little nervous...

FHC Inspires Q&As: Rasraj Mann

FHC Inspires Q&As: Rasraj Mann

May 26, 2021

Speaker: Rasraj Mann How do you feel about your TED Talk being picked for FHC Inspires? "I feel great about my TED Talk as it brings awareness to an issue in American society." What is a quick...

The main poster for HBOs newest alt-teen drama, Generation.

HBO Max’s new series, Generation, expertly displays the capstone of being a teenager

May 25, 2021

Up until quite recently, I struggled greatly with my teenage identity. While my sophomore self enjoyed time spent wasting away in music-filled rooms and turning all her work in on time, the person I've...

FHC Inspires Q&As: Kate Hotaling

FHC Inspires Q&As: Kate Hotaling

May 25, 2021

Speaker: Kate Hotaling How do you feel about your TED Talk being picked for FHC Inspires? “I am so happy and partially surprised that my TED Talk was chosen for FHC Inspires. I never would have...

The album photo for Billie Martens newest release, Flora Fauna.

From meadows to mountainsides, Billie Marten’s newest album promises perfection

May 25, 2021

With an adoration for fresh melodies also comes a loss of memory when asked about my musical journey. Within the tumbleweeds and winds of the past four years, hundreds of gorgeous tracks have been completely...

FHC Inspires Q&As: Kamdyn Hawkins

FHC Inspires Q&As: Kamdyn Hawkins

May 21, 2021

Speaker: Kamdyn Hawkins How do you feel about your TED Talk being picked for FHC Inspires? “I am very happy about my TED Talk being picked for FHC Inspires; it will be a great opportunity to experience.” What...

FHC Inspires Q&As: Veronica Vincent

FHC Inspires Q&As: Veronica Vincent

May 20, 2021

Speaker: Veronica Vincent How do you feel about your TED Talk being picked for FHC Inspires? "I was really honored when I found out I was picked for FHC Inspires because this whole experience has...

2021 FHC Inspires Q&As

2021 FHC Inspires Q&As

May 20, 2021

The 2021 FHC Inspires show consists of eighteen intelligent, star student speakers with a variety of fascinating and insightful TED Talks. Get to know these eighteen participants as they are asked perceptive...

My brothers friend, Cam, and I dancing and singing outside my Nana Ingrid and PopPop Kirbys beach house.

I am dancing within my winds of perfection

May 18, 2021

When I was still small enough to not worry about the length of my legs or the appearance of my hair, there was nothing I loved more than singing and dancing. Whether it be the feeling of my tiny feet...

Fun fact: Lynlee’s role models are Shakira and Michelle Bachelet. She admires Shakira because mentally, she’s Shakira’s and Pitbull’s love child, and Shakira has “great hair, great hips, and she’s Mrs. Worldwide.” She admires Michelle Bachelet because “she was the first female president of Chile, and she was the first female elected socialist president, and she did a lot for gay marriage and women’s rights.

[Photo] Lynlee Derrick is driving down the road of her own future—one where she is excited to wake up every day

May 17, 2021

Fun fact: Lynlee’s role models are Shakira and Michelle Bachelet. She admires Shakira because mentally, she’s Shakira’s and Pitbull’s love child, and Shakira has “great hair, great hips, and...

A photo of Ashe used to promote her newest album via her Instagram.

Ashe amplifies her authentic voice through her debut album Ashlyn

May 11, 2021

It is no secret that I love new music. However, there is a finely printed addendum to my adoration of acclimation. Past the search that I recount at the beginning of each opinion piece and the imagery...

Benji Zorn has been playing Disc golf for five years and is now leading the charge to create a Disc golf club here at FHC

Despite turbulent times, Benji Zorn is hoping the new Disc golf club will soon take flight

May 10, 2021

There is nothing more exhilarating for junior Benji Zorn than the sound of a frisbee zooming through the air. As these saucers duck under tree branches and into chainmail goals, there is a certain excitement...

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes: day four

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes: day four

May 6, 2021

“I appreciate Mrs. DeMeester for being inspiring, kind, and always making class fun and engaging.” “I appreciate Mr. Anderson and Mr. VonEhr. Not only do they dedicate every moment of the school...

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes

May 5, 2021

Check in every day this week for more thank you notes from students at our school to teachers at our school!

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes: day three

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes: day three

May 5, 2021

“I appreciate Mr. Fisher because he was really nice and worked hard to make class interesting and make students feel included. I appreciate that he checks in with students and is very understanding.” “One...

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes: day two

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes: day two

May 4, 2021

“I appreciate Mrs. Lipke for how much she wants us all to succeed; she is always there for help and support and truly gives math her all every day.” “Mrs. Will, thank you for the limitless support...

The arms that encircle me, aka those friends Ive had forever and those that Ive newly learned to love.

There are fingers and fog and then the arms that encircle me

May 4, 2021

I've begun burning a Gemini candle my mother gave me nearly a year ago, and even though they have become my constant companions, the fingers and fog at the forefront of my brain are beginning to subside. For...

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes: day one

Teacher Appreciation Week Notes: day one

May 3, 2021

“I appreciate Mrs. Stone for making math really easy to learn this school year. I felt like her teaching style helped me to understand every unit we did. She also was really gracious [and] let me take...

Film Festival Q&As: Dog or Dawg

Film Festival Q&As: Dog or Dawg

April 30, 2021

Film title: Dog or Dawg Genre: Action/adventure Interviewee: Sydney Kushak Group members: Leila Gonzalez and Olivia Hooper https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqcjlgeFc1w Can you give a five-minute...

Film Festival Q&As: Delilah

Film Festival Q&As: Delilah

April 30, 2021

Film title: Delilah  Genre: Comedy  Interviewee: Jack McNamara Group members: Sam Musgraves and Jonah Spates Can you give a five-minute elevator pitch for your film?  “Do you like to...

Media Comm. teacher, Jeff Manders, seated at his desk, circa 2018

Film Festival Q&As: Jeff Manders

April 30, 2021

Name: Mr. Jeff Manders Position: Media Communications Teacher What is Film Fest?  “The FHC Film Festival is the annual opportunity for the FX students to showcase their creativity, production...

Film Festival Q&As: Le Casse

Film Festival Q&As: Le Casse

April 30, 2021

Film title: Le Casse  Genre: Thriller  Interviewee: Anna Freihofer Group members: Joe Clancy, Bela Gonzalez, and Maddie Knoor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqYti5GHYzY   Can...

the 2021 Film Fest poster

2021 Film Festival Q&As

April 30, 2021

Check out the Q&As below with the participants of the 2021 Film Fest. We interviewed a member of each team to learn more about their movie. Along with interviewing a member from each of the teams,...

An image less reminiscent of the meaning of these words and more of the way they feel.

It’s about time I stop romanticizing her

April 27, 2021

The hours between dusk and dawn are blending, sunrise encroaching itself upon her as she sits sprawled across her bedroom floor. Beside her lay technicolor and dried-out paint supplies, a canvas half-covered...

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