WORDS FROM WITHIN From Womb to World With Reservation The End' is ever A 'never again' And good-byes the worst When spoien to friend, The moment is mortal When measured in time And change - a constant Save in memory's mind To stay the step From wood to wold. The poem's ploy; The essence to hold But alpha to zeta - Twenty-six too few. To inscribe in emotion That all found in you. — Dan Wetmore ALTHOUGH A Tragic Love A tragic love tear stained eyes left empty torn by the good-byes A tragic love endings with no beginnings sorrow with joy A love that burns one's soul A tragic love torn by the broken pieces cut by the shattered glass Bleeds from the sharpest razor A tragic love leaving one empty and cold like a death of one's dearest friend - or... one's heart, soul and mind that was filled with love like the blossoming fields of flow ers. Anita Riojas EiVIPTY The words elude me- Empty as usual. How can I feel? The wind blows the songs of sad ness Does it show in my eyes? What is it? I do not know. The stars glisten, yet is is raining. Deep within my heart It is there that I feel- Not too little, but too much. Superficial? Hunger and Pain?? Fascination, Reality? Death? Life? What is it that I feel or... Do not feel? The words elude me- Leaving me empty ... AS usual. Although I am not perfect, you listen anyway. My problems may be simple ones yet with me they will stay. Although I am not always happy, you like me just the same. My troubles sometimes get me down and its hard to call your name. Although I find it hard to trust, you're patient with me still. My mouth just will not open up to share with you my fill. Although I can't express myself, you know just how I feel. My thoughts are not in order and so my lips do seal. I know I can't go on like this, 'cause friendship is a two-way street. My mind is working hard to change, so that in the middle we may meet. But my heart is like a bolted door which has a missing key. And the only thing that will open it up is just by me being me. So I'll try to learn and grow from this as quickly as I can. But I'd like to thank you for being there and accepting me as I am. Your patience, love, and understand ing just may prove to be That special something missing in my life, maybe the missing key. **For Connie and Charlene with love** % % % a \ (0 o o mJ H D O o / Anita F. Riojas '»y CONSUMMATION StNSA.' ,t»ONS Most Seniors/Graduation A packed feeling resides within most seniors at this time of year Spring - when the commencement eremony is getting near As college-life ends for them, most seniors put their lives in high gear. Most seniors have spent the last four years quite thoughtfully During their college-years, most seniors have reached maturity Surely ALL who receive a diploma have earned this degree. For most seniors, graduation time calls for celebration Achievements need to be recognized at this termination As soon as the ceremony is over, it's time for... FUN! ACCOMPLISHIVIENT Ss 'S)o BONNIE CLARK % ‘t’ o>

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