Editor’s note: Every Friday, the Arts & Leisure section publishes a work of short fiction or poetry from writers in the UW community not affiliated with The Daily.
If crickets think the sky is pretty.
Do they look up,
When the night feels empty?
Do they dream about flying,
Among showers of faraway stars?
Nevermind, I hope
Crickets love where the flowers are.
Linda Wang is a sophomore studying in the Foster Business School and pursuing a minor in English. She also blogs about spiritual growth on www.spiritual fantasia.com.
Interested in submitting? Send unpublished poetry and short fiction under 1,500 words to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Fiction/Poetry: [Title] by [Writer’s Name]” and a short bio.