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Blissful Sting

Words from my husband, Jesse Robertson – Winter 2014

Feeling the blissful sting of snow on ones face is a beautiful feeling. Winter… Winter is a time for reflection, a time for meditation, a time for prayer. 264 more words


September Feedback Meeting

Our next feecback meeting will be on the 24th of September and we will be discussing this month’s writing pieces.

Hope to see you there, 9 more words

The Winding Pall

Always runs the winding pall,
And I have always watched it from the side,
Wrapping those at ease in day, soothing those unrested in the night. 531 more words


Poem no.8 - Monday Melancholy

the weekend disappeared

like a thief in the night

i woke up alone

i woke up in fright.


the new day is dawning

and i don’t know how to feel… 56 more words


We live in a world that promotes various truths. As such, it is sometimes difficult to determine what is actually real from what is not. If I told you my name was Lisa, but someone else told you my name was Samantha, you would argue that this person is not telling the truth, since I have personally given you my name. 1,750 more words



Mark Tuminello’s latest blog post –

Thomas Piketty’s book on income inequality was a huge seller, and thanks in part to limited supply, very difficult to get ahold of. 363 more words

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