(noun) Poetry /ˈpōətrē/ — the derivation of a spill, a leakage from the structured hourglass that defines our systematic society. Its presence, like the natural world itself, is the entropy of the human psyche that people across centuries have sought for companionship and comfort in. Poetry offers us a portal that can lead to a different reality, or one that further unveils our own.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been one of the most turbulent obstacles we have been through in our lifetimes, but it is certainly not the only one. Bronx Science students have experienced various hardships and losses throughout the past year. Most have their own coping mechanisms which include self-expression through words, mainly poetry. This digital chapbook – typically a small paperback pamphlet containing poems – serves to showcase beautifully written poetry by Bronx Science students about their difficult times and their reactions to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
(noun) Poetry /ˈpōətrē/ — the derivation of a spill, a leakage from the structured hourglass that defines our systematic society.