Crimson

Crimson

The End Today

The End Today

Sean Blythe, Reporter

April 9, 2019


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We make fire. We burn away the poisons in our food. We melt our metals into tools. Tools to weapons of iron and steel. Fighting the entire world just for a meal. Those flames from wood become machines of construction, industry, and destruction. We build structured economic societies, built upon the backs...

The House That Was a Home

Dylan Stuflick, Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2019


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It was impossible now to put a date, an age, to the sprawling house she stood in front of. It had sat there and watched for years. For most people it was simply there, a footnote at the end of their history books. Some would’ve called it a colonial home when it could’ve been called a home, but n...

Flight

Crystal Sung

March 28, 2019


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Content warning: one swear word and sensitive topics of abuse and anxiety.

A Depressing Ramble

A Depressing Ramble

Sean Blythe

February 22, 2019


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The aged world rotates as if pretending it was not just a big pile of dust The sun keeps on burning as if it was pretending it was not slowly destroying itself And the humans keep building as if pretending they are not sealing their own doom   Time, human concept Life, subjective exi...

Two Excerpts From a Single Diary

Brigid Ambuul, Content Editor

February 8, 2019


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October 3rd, 2018. Dear Diary, I think my history teacher is a time traveler. -------------------------------------------------------- October 3rd, 1987 Dear Diary, My history teacher is definitely a time traveler. ...

Moses

Lydia Oven, Student

January 29, 2019


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Lydia Oven is an amateur writer in the twelfth grade, who runs on green tea and Spotify. She cautiously experimented in composing a narrative for an assignment in English IV, and consequently fell in love with the process of creative writing. “Next unit in room 7.” The man walked cautiously int...

Assorted Digital

January 23, 2019


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I am a senior at CAHS, having attended here since 9th grade, and I have lived in Rancho Bernardo my whole life, with my parents and 2 brothers.  I got interested in Digital Art, when I started using pinterest and started making it when my parents bought me an Intuos Tablet.  I enjoy digital art bec...

36,000 Feet

Anonymous, Student

January 17, 2019


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*BOOM* Giant clasps of thunder shook the city ferociously and John bolted upright in his bed. The clock had just struck 6:30a.m. and the clouds were hiding Manhattan from the warm Saturday sun as rain beat down on the city. John was your averaged middle age man with dark brown hair, tired eyes,...

Shy

Grace Crandall, Student

January 10, 2019


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My name is Grace Crandall, and I am a senior this year. I began writing short stories when I was 6 or 7 because I was inspired by the books I was already reading. I continued writing both as an escape and as a way to preserve the thoughts, feelings, and details that otherwise would be forgot...

Dwight’s Plight

Andrew de Neve, Student

October 2, 2018


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I recently got into writing because of a YouTuber I watch that live streams. He started doing a scary story segment which sparked me to send in some original pieces.   I woke up that morning and looked outside with a saddened grin I didn’t feel warm, today the sun decided not to come ...

Saturn

Grace Crandall, Student

September 19, 2018


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The day that Saturn rose instead of the moon, most people panicked. No, that’s incorrect. The moon was not replaced, simply joined. Saturn rose beside it each night, filling the night sky with its vast expanse. It blinded the stars. News channels suddenly seemed to only broadcast about the speed...

out of time

out of time

Crystal Sung

September 14, 2018


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Legends say that if you truly want something badly enough, Time will bend to your wish. I. 2018 If a picture paints a thousand words, Then why can't I paint you? The words will never show the you I've come to know.                                 -“If” by Bread ...

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