Photo by Natalia Lee By Natalia Lee They say June babies love the heat. They make flowers bloom at the sight of their smile. And I, being one of them, do not like the heat no—-I, made the flowers and trees bloom their mightiest bloom up to the blues of the sky all while burning… Continue reading June Babies
Photo by Natalia Lee By Natalia Lee I don’t like you breathing so much on my neck, SUN. Instead, lay your head gently on my shoulders and caress my skin; care for me as you do the withering flowers within. How well of a job you’ve done. I praise the Moon & look nothing towards… Continue reading THEY TOLD ME HELL WAS HOTTER THAN EARTH
Photo by Natalia Lee By Natalia Lee There is a natural peace that lies all throughout nature. Some people see it for themselves and yet, carry on so well. Others hear it’s calling. Within the trees, I hear it; in the quietness of dew drop mornings. Strip away this silence and feed it to the… Continue reading Unity as One, Unity as Separateness
Photo by Natalia Lee By Natalia Lee Before I answer this question, I’d like you to think of yours. What’s your attachment to life on Earth?Some may say it’s their family, their loved ones. Maybe even their possessions or achievements; their past and memories. What is it for you? For years now, I’ve been walking… Continue reading What’s your attachment to life on Earth?
By Alex Zavala, Ash Fuentes, Natalia Lee, Kleigh Balugo To close out issue 5 and our internal coming of age movies, Kindergarten contributors wrote letters to our future selves. No matter where we are or what we’re doing, we’ll always have these letters to read back. Plus, no one is more fun to talk to… Continue reading Letters To Our Future Selves
Photo by Natalia Lee By Natalia Lee they told me it would be hard this i understood and now that i’m here i couldn’t agree more–i learned to not grow up too fast because i’d regret it in the future but the now is the NOW and i’m more childlike than ever-what they didn’t say… Continue reading they never told me i’d meet You
Photo by Kleigh Balugo A large amount of the biggest fashion trends today are actually reused styles from the past. Fashion will always be recycled! Retro-style flare jeans, 90s grunge, and Y2K are a few styles that have inspired modern trends. Some of the contributors at Kindergarten Mag came together to share the trends they… Continue reading Fashion Misses And Disses
Photo by Natalia Lee By Natalia Lee I remember late nightsat the bottom of my fire escape ladderwe raced in shopping cart lotsdrinking creme soda in glass bottlesI remember dropping my phone—one, two many times I can’t seem to countwe stole signs off of wallspracticed running from the lawwe never worried—of what would happen next… Continue reading I’ve Lived In Too Many Places To Remember