SpineOut : August 2012
colds When the time of colds comes by in the year It isn’t a very exciting holiday Days off school or work In bed .... read on... amelia age 12 Arndell Anglican College, NSW your stuff I submitted my poem because of the inspiration of a TV show I watched about refuges and Asylum Seekers. I wrote my poem based on a young girl looking out at sea, leaving Christmas Island and their boat crashing into rocks .... read on... ashleigh Year 7 Mount St Benedict College, NSW 6 lost I stumbled, dropping to the ground, unable to see what lies around. Out my neck pours out a flood of hot, red, sticky blood .... read on... belinda Year 7 Mount St Benedict College, NSW untitled (Unknown Four Thousand and Five) Oh, how their hearts break under a sunless night, The defining sound of lost hope. It broke the angel’s very soul, Shriving into nothingness .... read on... monica Year 11 Mount St Benedict College, NSW god’s love for me The Country Australia, it’s beautiful I see. The beaches and houses, and people there be .... read on... steph Year 9 Mount St Benedict College, NSW sowing soul seeds Sometimes swords of shame slit souls And sowing soul seeds picks up the pieces .... read on... Rosie age 12 Arndell Anglican College, NSW read the exciting final instalments of our tandem stories! read on... nathan Year 7 St James College, Qld photogRahy by By haRRison (left in the red shirt!), Year 10, St Laurence’s College, Qld The st laurence’s college writing team is a unique group of ten Year 10 students deeply interested in writing both creative and informative texts. Early in the year, 10 of us were chosen to write a short novel with the renowned indigenous Australian author, Anita Heiss, and to now be able to say that they have worked with her is truly an honour. The project will last for the entirety of 2012 and forms a part of the national Year of reading. read on... St Laurence’s College Writing Team amanda age 17 Maryborough State High School, Qld eternal love halloween issue 12 // august - sEPtEMBER 2012 books // more books // stage & screen // in the kitchen // your stuff // poo in the zoo rabbitY Happily playing along the ground, Happily walking with but a sound, But soon happiness is far along, It did not move or make a sound .... read on... saRa Year 7 Mount St Benedict College, NSW poetry...