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The Inblot Spring, 2018 Issue 4: On the Edge

Davin “Kimjdav” Kim

Davin “Kimjdav” Kim

Davin “Kimjdav” Kim

The Inblot Spring, 2018 Issue 4: On the Edge

Welcome to the final Inkblot of the 2017-2018 school year. This is inkblot number 4 and we hope you enjoy this last series of pieces.


This is the last issue of the year and I’m excited to see how everyone develops a nice story that is both exciting and dark, almost like a mystery puzzle that is ready to end or a new one will begin. I have no doubt that this will be the most interesting resolution Inkblot production yet.

Nikia Hudson, 11th grade

This is the last issue for this year and I want people to tie up their thoughts for this kind of stuff and let the year ease into the end. I don’t really intend for any high-stakes climax stuff, I’m kind of intending for a relaxing, peaceful resolution.

Davin Kim, 10th grade

This is our last issue. For many this is the last piece they will produce in a creative writing class at Green Hope. My hope for this issue is that it wraps everything up in a nice little bow, that it brings everything to a nice concise conclusion, but that it still has this hope for a new beginnings. We hope you enjoy it.

Maddy Mudd, 10th grade

I am more excited about this issue, than I have been about any other issue simply because we chose an open-to-interpretation topic for the writers and readers. Even though this is our last issue, I believe this issue is the best way for us to go out with a bang!

Ashanti Spells, 10th grade


Adventures in Couple’s Counseling
Fact Fight
Every Couple’s Everyday Life
On my way to Find the Edge of the Earth
Make North Korea Great Again
My Time To Go
What Really Matters
Youth Edgelord Fantasy
Qi’s Metamorphic Inking


I met my best friend on my tenth birthday. My parents and I were celebrating the special day, just the three of us. I was an only child and had few friends, but there was nothing in the world I wanted more than a companion. It was when I was opening my gifts that I met her. She was small, so small, but her smile was the brightest thing I had ever seen. I lifted her out of the box. She licked my face...

Empty Bottles and Fake Love

[A woman is in her office working, while her husband is sleeping on the couch with 3 bottles laying around him.]   He shuffles and begins to wake up. His eyes flutter open only to observe that his beer bottles were empty.   Man: Jess-jessica. (mumbling)   No answer.   Man: JESSICA.   Jessica rushes in to find him lying on the couch with his hand out, holding an em...

{Who’s Gonna Get the Girl}
The Past in the Present
Paper Green
Ghosts that we Knew
One Shot to Take
Into Lathony’s Walls