Center For Poetry Brings Color to Campus

By: Alexis Stark “When your world moves too fast and you lose yourself in the chaos, introduce yourself to each color of the sunset.” —Christy Ann Martine This past week, the Center for Poetry took its love for the written and rhythmic word to the sidewalks of MSU’s campus for Walk, Chalk, Poetry. Since theContinue reading “Center For Poetry Brings Color to Campus”

Poem of the Week: “To Red,” by Shara McCallum

  To Red I’ve been wrong about you so long. You’re not the colour of war on Kingston streets. When you stain you become rust. You cheat even the flame tree, more orange in truth than you in your crimson, your scarlet robes. Not even the poppy contains you. Not even one hundred huddled inContinue reading “Poem of the Week: “To Red,” by Shara McCallum”