Columns by Sarah Sawyer

About Sarah Sawyer

Sarah Sawyer is a Prose Editor for the Peanut. She studies English at the University of Alabama, as a Blount Undergraduate.

The Stalker

“As I run, my eyes begin to scan the trees for some semblance of familiarity but there is none. The sparse amounts of sky I can see through the canopy of trees looks dark and cloudy.”

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The Stalker

“As I run, my eyes begin to scan the trees for some semblance of familiarity but there is none. The sparse amounts of sky I can see through the canopy of trees looks dark and cloudy.”

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The Consent

“Shrugging I grab the wrapper and leave the room. Looking at him is too exhausting at this point and his scent is clogging my nostrils.”

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The Consent

“Shrugging I grab the wrapper and leave the room. Looking at him is too exhausting at this point and his scent is clogging my nostrils.”

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