Sarah Eberly

Sarah Eberly is both an English and Geography major at UNC Charlotte. One day she aspires to be an urban planner and to inspire people to reconnect and interact with their communities. She was most accurately described by one of her friends as a person with "long legs and places to be." She is thankful for the experience Sanskrit has given her, and cannot wait to see where her journey will take her next year.

The Death of Originality: High School

The Death of Originality: High School

I’ve written so many essays my thoughts just bleed together. There isn’t a single new formation or structure in them anymore. I miss my pen just hitting paper, the swirl of ink coinciding with the streams of unconscious from my brain. I can’t remember the last time I wrote for the soul of my being, or put it […]

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The Human Race

The Human Race

He pauses at a crossroads, dust filtering his vision. A grocery bag with half a PB + J rhythmically beats against his leg with the wind. The horizon is a haze of what-ifs, and his hands twist tight in indecision. Maybe if he had ever heard a poem by a certain Robert Frost he would […]

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Nothing is Enough

Nothing is Enough

Sometimes you complete me. Just a little bit. All of my world could be catastrophic, apocalyptic and then you smile sardonically and I take a hit of you.          Inhale. Consume your solid existence and then push greedily to peel back the skin and beat with you. Learn how you process the strands of […]

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Dear Ms. Walks in Beauty

Dear Ms. Walks in Beauty

The last time I wrote letters seriously is when I was pen pals with my hippie grandmother. It was great for a few years; I wrote about my childhood garden and how many teeth I had lost. We rambled about my “obnoxious” sister, climbing trees, and bird calls. She was always attentive and encouraging, as […]

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