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Street Beggar - A Life of Fancy !

Does anyone aspire to become a street beggar? Another crazy question. No normal person would expect this. You have your own dreams of leading a luxurious, prestigious life – becoming a leader, teacher, professor, business tycoon, model, actor…But to want to become a street beggar…? 279 more words

Tread Wisely

Writers must be careful when approaching their unedited manuscript.

They must be smart. They must be considerate of trivialities, open to differing views, confident in purpose but soft as to means. 132 more words


No airs.

Civilized people must, I believe, satisfy the following criteria:

1) They respect human beings as individuals and are therefore always tolerant, gentle, courteous and amenable … They do not create scenes over a hammer or a mislaid eraser; they do not make you feel they are conferring a great benefit on you when they live with you, and they don’t make a scandal when they leave.

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Growing Into Me

On poverty

I became inspired to write about my perception of poverty from a colleague at UBC doing her directed studies in Ghana.

All I’m taking photos of every day is the children here. 1,138 more words


Moving forward?

What were considered bad habits before are becoming hobbies now. Definition of being civilized gets confusing at times.



Inside of a huge awning,

Of steel and glass, I stand yawning

With morning jitters

Bird twitters

Accompany rainy day’s dawning.

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Caswell Poetry

Ten reasons you aren't as civilised as you pretend

1. In company you will carefully scrape off the yoghurt stuck to the lid with a spoon, at home you’ll just lick it off.

2. You tell people you joined a martial arts class because you like to try interesting things and wanted to meet new people, but really you just like having an excuse to hit other people without getting in trouble. 396 more words