Photo by Natasha Kalsi By Natasha Kalsi How do I write about anything else when his face is tattooed on the inside of my eyelids? After careful thought and consideration, I have determined that it is not possible. And you may think “Oh silly girl, he’s only one person and you have a man who…… Continue reading To Spell Words Other Than His Name
Nearly 200 posts, 12 issues, and one year later, here we are at the first anniversary of Kindergarten Mag! In order to commemorate this moment, editors Tracy and Kleigh asked contributors questions about their time at Kindergarten and their experiences in the past year. Celebrate with us as we reminisce about Kindergarten’s growth and look…… Continue reading Kindergarten Turns One!
Photo by Natasha Kalsi By Natasha Kalsi Take me back to those days as a kid My grades didn’t define my worth Important decisions were Games to play at recess Scars were only on My knees and I Remember I was Me
Photo by Natasha Kalsi By Natasha Kalsi The sun was setting softly down by the river; Spring’s gentle breeze caressed my face. We were lying in a hammock bodies intertwined; my head nestled against your chest and your arms around my waist. I recall breathing in the fresh cotton aroma of your favourite t-shirt which…… Continue reading May 16, 2015
This month, we picked feel good songs to help boost your mood when you’re feeling down. ♫ Half of us chasing fountains of youth and it’s in the present now ♫ Listen to the playlist here “Good Days” by SZA Of course, what would the Good Days playlist be without this song?! Thank you SZA…… Continue reading The Good Days Playlist
Photo by Natasha Kalsi By Natasha Kalsi No one tells you at eighteen that by the time you’re twenty-five, you’ll want nothing more than to be seven years old again. I remember always playing badminton in my backyard. The air thick with the lush smell of freshly cut grass. The icecream truck down the road…… Continue reading Seven Going On Twenty-Five
Photo by Natasha Kalsi By Natasha Kalsi I dream of simpler times. When the only competitions were seeing who could swing the highest at the park and musical chairs at friends’ birthday parties. When I did things because I enjoyed doing them and not for hearts on a screen or a following. Like painting with…… Continue reading Toxicity