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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

PAISANO POETS – Lost in the art of it all by Samantha Ysaguirre

Samantha Ysaguirre and Marcela Montufar Soria February 5, 2024

Staff writer Samantha delights us all with another one of her poems! Check out Samantha's here!

Sounds and the whispers in the wind of home

Sounds and the whispers in the wind of home

Samantha Ysaguirre, Staff Writer January 22, 2024

Running past the river, running past the daylight feeling it coming back through your veins in the night, where the voices surround me  the weight of the world on my shoulders, heavy and tight, as...

Lost in the art of it all

Lost in the art of it all

Samantha Ysaguirre, Staff Writer October 14, 2023

When familiar sounds surround all around, And prayers end my night. You would think all is right in my mind. But, the truth is there is nothing within my hold. Because when you close your eyes,...

Golden Rose

Golden Rose

Samantha Ysaguirre, Staff Writer October 2, 2023

My golden rose in the darkest hour  Lighting my world for hours You cling to my side  A companion instead of I The kindest of which I have the blessing to encounter We hike trails Run...

Be real to who you are

Be real to who you are

Elizabeth Hope, Contributor October 2, 2023

We were so young when we were subjected among People changing their appearance, for self-assurance Every single day, people are fading away No one ever tells them you’re beautiful to me, how...

Nine thirty-four a.m.

Nine thirty-four a.m.

Noah Willoughby, Contributor October 2, 2023

Nine thirty-four a.m. was just a time, Just a time to live, Time that passed on the clock, Time that drifted on like a lost balloon, Time that jumped from second to second, Minute to minute, Hour...

At last

At last

Samantha Ysaguirre, Staff Writer September 25, 2023

So, at last, I began chapter one Of the great story, so they speak, No one on Earth has ever read which tales to continue forever and more,  In which they say the chapter is even better than...

In a North Carolina second

In a North Carolina second

Noah Willoughby, Contributor September 25, 2023

In a North Carolina second The clouds hung on to the last light of the sun As it ended its set in the North Carolina sky.  They turned dark blue and mimicked the faces Of the mountains and...

Conceal

Conceal

Elizabeth Hope, Contributor September 25, 2023

I see so many lives on a screen I know nothing is ever as it seems Look at them and their perfect smiles  I just wish I could have their enchanting lifestyles I watch these people party and...

Soundless Song

Soundless Song

Noah Willoughby, Contributor September 19, 2023

A soundless song plays in the corner of the room,  Where love and laughter used to bloom.  The eerie silence plays over and over,  Until the thought of vacancy becomes somewhat a reality.    The...

Drive the long way home

Drive the long way home

Elizabeth Hope September 19, 2023

Drive the long way home down the scenic road Where the sun shines bright and the river flows See the mountainside and the vast blue sky Feel the cool breeze blow and watch the birds fly high Drive...

Darkest days

Darkest days

Samantha Ysaguirre, Staff Writer September 10, 2023

Looking out for black and white dark days,  Then, blackout days.  One thousand voices are smiling in my ways. So they say they speak in tongues.  But all I feel is the weight on my lungs.  Now...

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