Roaring Voices Review
Tamanend's Literary Magazine
Note from Editors
Welcome to the Roaring Voices Review's spring edition! Below you will find a variety of content made by our club members: art, photography, poetry, short stories, and more. We would appreciate you sharing this newsletter with the community for more engagement.
Thank you for viewing and have a delightful rest of your spring! Look out for our final edition for this year in upcoming weekly Tamanend newsletters!
El Salvador by Araiza Del Toro Amaya
Paroxysms of Aneurysms by Lola Regensburger
Paroxysms of Aneurysms.
Mind is racing, what a Schism.
Marred Mental Mannerisms.
Subliminal Narcissism, made from Cynicisms.
Absurdisms to Pacifism, the head writhing with Symptoms.
My consciousness; a messy Disposition.
I am wrong, in no Position to talk about these random Visions.
Paroxysms of Aneurysms.
All I see is blurred Superstitions.
All I want is some Optimism.
Autism is my Prison.
Aristocats by Layla Wood
Spring Seasons by Malaika Khan
The season filled with pure sunshine and days in the shade.
A time of play for children of young ages.
Bright colors spread across the fields.
The fresh scent of flowers around you.
Beauty in the air.
Let out of school, eager to face the fresh wind.
Green fields, stretching out for miles.
Long car rides with your head out the window.
Dreaming of summer right around the corner.
Hours on the trampoline,
Jumping til you fall, giggling with your friends.
The liveliest of seasons.
Beaches by Daniela Dargis
The blue waves crashed onto the white sand
The flock of birds flew over the land
The salty air swiveled through the breeze
The beach is a place that will really please
While the hot sunshine bronzes your skin
My Sunshine by Rachel Thomas
Those Flowers by Dipti Malathker
The smell of flowers in the air,
never leading to despair.
In my head,
not hard to follow.
A path of daisies,
their smell quite hazy
floating in the spring
air we breathe.
and coaxing carnations.
of natural gems.
But no flower
in the world
would ever glower
as beautiful as you.
Birds by Takhmina Mamedova
Look up at the sky
There are birds flying high
They go West and East
To find some peace
Stopping every time to have a rest.
Elven Garden by Maeve LogueConroy
Sorrowful Clouds by Araiza Del Toro Amaya
Wistful gray clouds rule over kingdoms of grass and trees
Silver undertones blend to white, expanding amongst the skies
Shadows dim as light gradually fades away
Children abandon play for fear of the rain
They hum mournful songs, demanding the leaves to waltz the waltz
Clouds begin to grin as the atmosphere stills
Too bitter for the sun and too glad for the storms
It’s alright, clouds are used to being alone
Clouds study the empty world beneath, all seem to ignore
Always overlooked, the clouds are, never once been praised
They always take things to heart
Thus, the downpour of tears begins
Caged by Rachel Thomas
Being Clever by Araiza Del Toro Amaya
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