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Untitled by Megan Compaine

Constellations by Spencer Gopaul

Rialto Fish Market by Megan Compaine

A Girl I've Known by Michaelina Deneka

Untitled by Chelsea Tyler

Dear Heart by Priscilla McCelvey

Cypress by Lauren Fiorelli

Don't Say anything by Spencer Gopaul

Splitting by Nicholas Nowak

Origami King Cobra by James Lucas

Nightmare 12 by Priscilla McCelvey

Untitled by Ellen Evangelides

Foreign Lands by Lucy Dotson

Gaily by Lauren Fiorelli

She is Ugly when She Sleeps by Anonymous

The Damp by Lillian Holland

Better Luck Next Time by Michael Langley

Untitled by Ellen Evangelides

Naples, Italy by Megan Compaine

Playing Poker with You in August when I realie I am Becoming like my Mother by Diana Sunder

Teatime, Bennington, VT by Lucy Dotson

Early Spring by Unnamed

Red, White, and Blue by Anonymous

The Penitentiary Song by Lindsay Roberts

Untitled by Ellen Evangelides

Panes by Lauren Fiorelli

Untitled by Autumn Smith

2009 by Priscilla McCelvey

Lizard Blues by Katherine Selin

Starry Night by James Lucas

The Haze Hours Were Full of Her by Chelsea Sonksen

Teacups by Michael Perrault

Post-it #17 by Priscilla McCelvey

Let Us Say the World Ends and a Few Dozen People are Left on the Edge of it by Lucy Dotson

Acceptance Speech by Chris Horne

Noah's Wife by Anonymous

The Things Unseen by Chelsea Sonksen

AOnva KaOapn by Brynn Berheimer

Traces by Lucy Dotson

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Winter 2011

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Colby College

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Waterville, Maine, United States

Identifier

Pequod_2011_Winter

Pequod (Winter 2011)

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