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Here I go again...

I should have listened to my father.

Last year, I was ready to apply for PhD programs, and I received a job offer for a full-time job with health benefits. 891 more words


The saint

from above
he comes to love
from above
he comes to shove
two faces
he leaves traces
yet also embraces,
his fellow humans,
sometimes killing… 24 more words

English Literature

Invention of the mind

You’re choking me, killing me.

I can’t hear, see, think.
I arise to your stare.
You’re the pang in my stomach, throb in my head… like venom. 168 more words


A Short Analysis of Sir Philip Sidney's Astrophil and Stella 31: 'With how sad steps, O moon'

A reading of a classic Sidney poem

Sonnet 31 from Sir Philip Sidney’s Astrophil and Stella (sometimes Astrophel and Stella), which begins with the line ‘With how sad steps, O moon, thou climb’st the skies’, is one of the most famous poems in the entire sonnet sequence. 791 more words


Five Fascinating Facts about the Venerable Bede

Facts about Bede, Britain’s first historian

1. Bede is known as the ‘Father of English History’. Bede, also known as Saint Bede and as the Venerable Bede… 375 more words


the enforcer

So….here we go, again
feeling my penis on pain, sorry… not really
writing crazy is my normality as is reality in the, forgot
i have one snot coming out… 33 more words

English Literature

A Short Analysis of Andrew Marvell's 'Bermudas'

A reading of a classic Marvell poem

Fancy a voice to a tropical paradise? Andrew Marvell (1621-78) provides just the poem in ‘Bermudas’. Marvell is one of the most critically acclaimed and studied poets of the seventeenth century, and his work is often associated with the Metaphysical Poets. 1,142 more words