Paige Heaney

          Paige Heaney, junior, has loved creative writing from a tender age. Her works primarily take form in either poems or fictional stories. An empty page is like a empty canvas on which she articulates her visions through her words. She also enjoys competitive showjumping and surfing Netflix for intriguing new TV series outside of the classroom. Aside from writing and recreation, she also loves bonding with God, her family, and friends. 

                                                                 More of Paige Heaney’s Work:

  • The Nature of It All And awaken my body, birth me into death It’s with the first glance that I take the last breath And so with the wind that flowers in my presence  To …
  • The Lapse Never smelled so sweet the scent of sleep These dreams to the bed I’ve retired to keep Passions of old and lusts of new To dawn one day and visions …
  • A Poetic Interpretation of 2021 Prom Night In the death of day Bears the birth of night What the heart finds in decay Is now left blind in sight So, my eyes in you confide The likeness …
  • The Graces of Vocation Roll the stones Or  Roll the bones. Be what may  Or May what be? This little life I live  Is nothing short of insanity. This little light I give Is …
  • The Second Covenant See, the strings of my bow Have been plucked to a stick. The candle sinks the fire’s glow And death is brought upon the wick. So, as for me, Reacquaint …
  • Chapter One: The Genesis of the Exodus (An introductory excerpt from The Bay-Glade Chase) In the book of Genesis, God outpoured from the heavens a merciless rainfall, which lasted forty days to eliminate all unrighteous beings from …
  • Stressed About Post-Break Finals? Here are some study techniques that are tailored to four of the cardinal learning variations…  Visual Learners:  By characteristic, visual learners are those whose accommodation to learning a new subject …
  • Tribulation Song Man hates the day when his mirror is shattered into fragments, And his visage becomes distorted. Man hates the day when his iron is no longer sharp, And his labor …
  • The Pros and Cons of Remote Learning As we navigate through the diverse tribulations (roadblocks) the global lockdown has set before us, the “Corona Quarantine” (as some might say) also, however, provides homestayers to assess their remote …
  • What It’s Like To Condition As An Equine Athlete “Do you give the horse its strength or clothe its neck with a flowing mane? Do you make it leap like a locust, striking terror with its proud snorting? It …

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