Sanskrit literary-arts magazine

Kingdom Hearts 3: A Review

Kingdom Hearts 3: A Review

Fans have been waiting for Kingdom Hearts 3 for 14 years. 14 long and arduous years. Square-Enix has given us many Kingdom Hearts titles to extend the story and to appease the hunger that was never ending.It was a surreal experience booting it up for the first time. I almost did not believe that I […]

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Eclipse

Eclipse

She hatched from the moon with skin cracked like craters. She danced with dust. He emerged from the sun. Flames dripped from his skin. He fell to his knees. Crawled and brought his head up. He felt pain. He longed for her presence. She ascended. Twirled and twisted her way to him. He remembered how […]

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DBS Broly Movie Review

DBS Broly Movie Review

It has been 25 years since the debut of the original Dragon Ball Z movie that featured the character Broly. Since then, Broly has been a fan favorite character, and continued to have two more movies after that. Dragon Ball as a whole has been more popular than it has ever been in history. With […]

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!BEWARE!: The Androgynous Woman

!BEWARE!: The Androgynous Woman

Beware the androgynous woman! Her fluidity is unnatural, her deviance uncommon. She is unreadable, and therefore unpredictable. She is a danger And yet, you cannot look away. The mystery of what hides between, The soft flesh of her thighs, Draws you in like a moth to flame. What she slips between her lips is a […]

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First Time

First Time

Beautiful bright green sultry eyes stare at me from across the room, their intense gaze trained specifically on me, ignoring all the other people flitting around the crowded room. I glance down quickly waiting a second before I peek back up, remeeting the glowing green gaze. I flush as I stand on the wall clutching […]

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Closing Time

Closing Time

By: Melissa Martin   The ant tip-tap-toes his way up the slanty pages, each page set slightly closer to the book’s dimple than the one beneath it creating perfect little ant-sized stepping stairs.   Perhaps he was daunted when he started up these stairs not knowing there was an end, seeing only a slanty incline, […]

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To Church

To Church

There was a time I didn’t dread going to church.   The carpet would dot my knees with peaks and valleys, unnoticed vexations of genuflection left until the service’s conclusion, testaments to my concentration’s depth. Then I would explore the irritated indents, pocked flesh piles of dried currants, with the pad of my pointer finger. […]

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Spotlight on UNCC Dance Student Katie King

Spotlight on UNCC Dance Student Katie King

This year, the Sanskrit blog is hoping to profile and showcase local arts, especially those individuals producing incredible things on campus. Yet, to do so, I need to go back in time a little. This past semester, I took a break from working at Sanskrit to study abroad at Kingston University in London, where I […]

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Rain

Rain

To our friend and Promoter, Ashley He was standing in the rain. I was waiting for my bus to come, so I could make my way to class before my professor took attendance. I was nervous and anxious and I was trying my hardest not to be extremely late today. I kept looking over the […]

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Spring Sonnet-ish

Spring Sonnet-ish

Happy World Poetry Day! Meet us at the Student Union March 22 from 2-4:45p! On the first day of spring I was given flowers Though darkness that day would bring That was its sweetest hour Sunshine kissed the sky Though I had lost my favorite kiss The colors of each petal shined so bright I […]

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