Oh the wonders, the uncertainties, and excitement I had. The first steps I would take. The traditions I would embrace. The colors I would wear The crimson that would flow. I walked on stage. Diploma at hand and cap over me. Smiled like a king. My work had only begun. My own room for a … [Read more…]
It was an epic adventure, and that’s what I wanted since Richard had those: He worked hard and flaunted the laws of physics he exploited. Physics made the magic real and puns made the English language a playground where one could reveal the subtle twist and turn in the juncture of each structure that we … [Read more…]
Mackenzie Mullins is an undergraduate student at OU and an avid illustrator. Her work (and life) is glittery, a little anachronistic, and unapologetically, intersectionally feminist. She plans to study Studio Art and then head into a career in concept art/visual development after college. You can find more of her art at bluewitching.tumblr.com!
The fear we feel cannot compare to theirs; Although, I think it too relative to contrast; We’re told we must simply reduce our cares- “Get over it” and put the past in the past. A vital support system vanishes When oppressed people have silenced pain; Instead of deeming an identity fictitious, Know that empathy can … [Read more…]