I am the pearl of insulin upon the sliver of steel,
Clear and pungent.
I can take you back to the days when you roamed in the grass… 52 more words
It was 1998, and I was about to graduate from college. As my impending graduation grew closer, I started to panic. It wasn’t just the leaving behind the autonomy I’d built in my years at JMU that terrified me; I legitimately had no idea where I was going to live or what I was going to do after the college president shook my hand and sent me on my way. 768 more words