Today, I wanted to write a quick poem
that changed the course of the foreseeable
future, to rally tides of people through
these strange as hell times to be a human… 81 more words
She, she loved wearing skirts. Short ones. Cute ones. Flurry ones. Most of the time she wore skirts. But she forgot those inhuman eyes were watching her. 109 more words
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Walking With God
Les Nichol was the last in a long line of Galloway Shepherds in Scotland.
He lived and worked on the Scottish Border hills all his days, tending to his sheep. 155 more words
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Being Southern Somewhere Else
It was with strange intimacy that your hand
Ventured across that interstellar gulf
That rested like so much silence
Between our nearly touching knees.
To explore the uncharted planet… 194 more words
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Friend 1: I’m learning a lot by not having access to my right hand.
Friend 2: Let me guess: you’re exploring new interests, finding new things to do with your time, and just all around growing as a person? 15 more words
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Rise up Humanity
Got this from here.
Preface: Not all bankers are bad people. For example, many bankers at smaller banks and credit unions are good people who are 709 more words
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