Survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are surrounded by reminders of the friends they lost. Here, three Parkland teens process the tragedy through music, poetry, and art.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas sophomore Jenna Harris turns to poetry as nothing in her world feels normal.
The whole time, I was shaking with fear. Now, I am shaking only with rage.
I always wondered if I wasn’t good enough for him to stop. Why he couldn’t he give it up for me? Finally, three years ago, my dad’s doctor told him he needed to quit or else.
Troy was stillborn. When I saw him, all I could do was cry. He was in my mom’s arms turning blue.