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Soaked In Its Grief

It made its way down
A redwood leaf
Plummeted soft
On the deep, awakened greens
lithe bounce
      magnifying,
      photomatic reel
It hung off the most… 81 more words

It Won't Come Out Today

I stomped my foot, it hit the ground

Absolutely didn’t want to play.

I have a rational side to me…

But it won’t come out today. 78 more words

Poetry

Freedom (Jonathan Franzen)

Rigid characters are boring. I personally believe that even saints can be bad, in the same way as villains can possess redeeming and even likable traits. 292 more words

Books

000 Generalities

Poverty is a symbol
It’s as lost as two faces
Conjoining eyes in a mirror
It’s as nameless as two tracks
Topping off at a crossroad… 107 more words

from the film Hud, based on the novel Horseman, Pass By by Larry McMurtry

Little by little, the look of the country changes because of the men we admire.

Happy Birthday Ms. Louisa May Alcott

By Antara Bandyopadhyay

As we the kids of the 20th century grew up one of the classic manuscripts handed to us to know how possibly the world works is the “Little Women”.

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Books & Reviews

Let not the shining thread of hope become so enmeshed that we lose sight of it.

Charles W. Chestnutt, American writer and political activist