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Lear Capital Gold Ira Company Review

Lear Capital Gold and Silver Ira Company People always make choices. But crossing the thin line between the picking the right or wrong decision depends on how a person make that choice. 72 more words

Books for prisoners

It is a special kind of ignorance that classes reading as a privilege that should be banned. Reading is not a privilege, nor is it a right. 780 more words


Standing on the Edge: Moral Responsibility in Shakespeare’s King Lear

Surveying the social and physical ruin left in the wake of World War One, William Butler Yeats laments in his renowned poem “The Second Coming,” “everywhere / The ceremony of innocence is drowned; / The best lack all conviction, while the worst / Are full of passionate intensity” (5-8). 664 more words

King Lear

Loyalty of Cordelia and Edgar

It interested me to note how, in giving away his responsibilities and reign to his daughters, King Lear also finds a way to see how much of his personality is reflected in their subsequent actions. 612 more words

Sonnet 1

As I resolve to never let go, to fight

For what I have seen and dreamt beyond the law

Your shadow stretches from its frame of light, 102 more words

Poetry And Pondering

King Lear, 5.3.59-60


The question of Cordelia and her father

Requires a fitter place.


King Lear, 5.3.8-19


No, no, no, no. Come, let’s away to prison;

We two alone will sing like birds i’ the cage.

When thou dost ask me blessing I’ll kneel down… 85 more words