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Written by Jacob Ibrag

She picks up the rickety antique chair

from the corner of the living room and places it

next to her newly purchased coffee table. 94 more words

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A Choice

I try not to hate you,
for your way with words.
How they take flight from your mouth,
like a flock of birds.

But when the silence starts, 66 more words

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"I Choose" a poem by Rebecca Danos

REBECCA DANOS (Wellesley College ’98) was an astrophysics major and was awarded an MS in theoretical high energy physics at UCLA and a PhD in theoretical cosmology at McGill University.  47 more words

Art

carpe diem?

how beautiful it must be to die living ones dream? I heard a bbc program about a base jumper. he was talking about some friends of his who lost their life during jumping and he expressed his bereavement very intensely but did not regret doing it nevertheless. 199 more words

Life In Faith And Faith In Life

"The Road Not Taken"-Robert Frost

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,

And sorry I could not travel both

And be one traveler, long I stood

And looked down one as far as I could… 114 more words

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How to (Professionally) Put Yourself First

Experience #1:

It was a shit day. And it was only 10:06 am.

My internet bill was unusually high. I had two emails informing me of projects I participated in that needed fixing. 538 more words

Happiness