This episode definitely went for a darker tone and spent a great deal of time setting up a situation just to make it hurt when it got to the inevitable end of the line. 195 more words
One of the most beautiful things about music is that it can ignite a fire inside and break the glass box you’ve placed yourself in. For me personally, there were a few songs that I am in debt to, because they were the metaphorical hands that grabbed me and shook me out of my trance-like state that I often found myself in during my year on autopilot. 871 more words
The Babysitter at Rest, by Jen George. St. Louis, Missouri: Dorothy, a publishing project, October 2016. 168 pages. $16.00, paper.
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