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5 of 5 stars.
This tragic tale is very short and exquisitely beautiful in the most heart-breaking way. However, the beauty and the tragedy revealed themselves subtly and late in the story. 463 more words
This article is from in Touch Magazine and Written by Carly Sitzer “Rachel Dolezal — the president of the Spokane, Wash., chapter of the NAACP and an adjunct professor of Africana studies at Eastern Washington University — has been lying about her race, her parents claim. 310 more words
Is it the size of my waist or the shape of my face or my lack of poise and grace or are you tired of the chase cause I know I always made you wait and I used my lips and thighs as bait but I promise you I wasn’t trying to tease cause boy you make me weak at the knees but I just can’t let you in not even at “please” cause what happens when you see that I’m not perfect in all the ways I pretend and I know that you’ll only leave in the end so its easier if we go back to being just friends or even better strangers cause that way when I see you kiss her I won’t feel alone or wonder why or where we’d have gone or remember how your arms would feel like home and I won’t crave your voice when I reach for the phone and I won’t ache for your body to make me moan so just go, just go, just go..