Tag Archives: poetry

coffee stains on old desks

John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library–colloquially known as the Rock, or even more colloquially–seen as an amalgamation of discarded poetry written into ancient desks. The largest and most intricate, living, breathing piece of literature on campus. I walk in and immediately make my way to the bottom floor, walking around the...

Day 2: León, City of Poets

“Poeta?” Mauricio shouted through the metal bars.  He gave the padlock a quick rattle.  The air was thick out on the street and the sun directly overhead flattened our shadows.  “Tenemos tantos poetas como para tirar arriba,” he joked.  We have so many poets that we don’t know what to...