Natalie Bright

Natalie Bright, sophomore, enjoys the freedom of writing. Through creative expression, Natalie seeks to connect individual people and their communities and show the value of artistry. She takes pride in her works yet continues to better herself as a writer. In her free time she loves to paint, sing, and perform in musical theatre/plays. She hopes to continue writing in the future all while sparking inspiration to readers and writers of all ages.

More of Natalie Bright’s Work:

  • Melancholy Memories Love unfeigned, Love eternal, Love consuming, Which begins to rot from within the apple’s core  And splinters even one’s sturdiest roots  It makes me confuse what most see as revolutionary …
  • OLU: Under the Sea It’s never too late to appreciate great art; in this case, Orange Lutheran’s 2021 spring production, The Little Mermaid, lives in infamy as the reunion with the past and a …
  • And so, It Is Free from worry, she dances.  She dances with the knowledge of her future influence on the world.  She believes in its reality––and so, it is. Oh how she wished to …
  • Beginning Anew The halls seem to be forever emptied. Our time was fleeting and, for some, the passing period fell permanent. Anticipation was no longer filled with hope, but infected by our …
  • Inside Isolation Trusting One’s Ability During a time of solitude one may lose their confidence in their ability. The best way to combat one’s struggle with motivation, organization, or self-confidence is to …
  • A Guide To Surviving Finals As a student with both OLU campus classes and OLO classes, I am aware of the stress that accompanies each of these two types of finals. With help from actual …
  • The Sweetest Monotony Driving alone in her car late that clear night, all was right with the world, as much as it could possibly be. She enjoyed the quiet—not an all-consuming silence but …
  • Don’t Let Me Forget You “The only moment that matters is now”— But one cannot simply ignore the overwhelming dread of the inevitable,  For only the passage of time could ease dread’s vindictive hunger. Even …

%d bloggers like this: