Poetry In Isolation

Poetry In Isolation

By Karlie Mickanuik Here is a small collection of some poetry I have written during this trying time. Please share your quarantine poetry to any of the NAIT Nugget social medias. Hair “It’ll grow back” I say as I eye the scissors “It is on your...
Dark Apartment

Dark Apartment

By Eli O’Donnell It’s dark in my apartment. I keep the lights off in the day to let the sunlight through, But as time ticks past And I glimpse rays of light till last, There are less, fewer, few. I’ve got bulbs I could click on with that awful orange haze, The light...
Strawberry Rhubarb: Origins

Strawberry Rhubarb: Origins

By Orrin Farries On a hot and humid July day on the outskirts of Offenburg, Germany, Richard Fromdabloque wandered into the deep bush and bramble of the Black Forest, not with full wit, but rather with a stomach full of a well-aged Merlot gifted to him by his cousin...
Poem: Trust Undone

Poem: Trust Undone

By Elijah O’Donnell I don’t trust anymore. I can’t leave my floor without awkwardly jamming my elbow into the button, I can’t exit the bus without first pulling my sleeve over my hand, I can’t wear my sweater again after that until I disinfect the whole arm, Because I...
Poem: Split Mindset

Poem: Split Mindset

By Karlie Mickanuik I often wonder and question / “I’d be so much happier” Is this where I’m meant to be? / The one half says with joy Did I make the right choice? / “But the skills you learn” Choosing career over comradeship. / The other rebuttals with demand I’m...