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Saghar Nizami

Ay jawaano, nau-jawaano;    toR do band zaar-e-Ghulaami

Khush jamaalo, naunihaalo;   phe.nk do sar se baar-e-Ghulaami

Ay Hussain-o-Ali ke supuuto;  ay mohammad ke sha-zor beTo

nasl se baadshaaho.n ki tum ho… 253 more words


Vaclav Havel’s “The Power of the Powerless”

A specter is haunting Eastern Europe: the specter of what in the West is called “dissent” This specter has not appeared out of thin air. 10,746 more words



I have always loved ancient myths, especially Greek and Roman ones, and I like looking them up on the internet if I am short on story ideas. 122 more words


Psalm 139

Psalm 139 (NIV)

You have searched me, Lord,
    and you know me.
You know when I sit and when I rise;
    you perceive my thoughts from afar. 292 more words


Joyland by Stephen King

The cover first attracted me to this book. For someone whose greatest fear is clowns, I have a certain attraction to all things carnival. Combine that with the attractive redhead on the cover, and I was knew I was buying this book. 270 more words


Recycled Haiku

A recycled haiku from this time last year.

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PwrPuffGzr Writes

People talk about how wonderful the world seems to children, and that’s true enough. But children think they will grow into it and understand it, and I know very well that I will not, and would not if I had a dozen lives. ― Marilynne Robinson

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