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#7 Poetry : Petrichor Flowers

The tears Rained down my cheeks,

And the hard Ground came closer

As I fell down on the earth.

The Everlasting support seemed forever gone… 326 more words


Puzzling punctuations

Having hard luck trying to make your child/student understand the point of punctuations? Today’s book is a fun solution to your problem.

Natasha Sharma’s Squiggle Takes a Walk… 247 more words

Children's Literature

Nobody Cares

Long ago, back in middle school, I came to a realization that nobody really cares.
Despite wanting to tell the world about yourself in order to be accepted, whether you’re… 212 more words

The Tranquility of the Trail

Most of my time spent as a runner has been on the road. ¬†It wasn’t until recently, due to a great friend, that I decided to spend my early Saturday mornings on the trails. 116 more words

Trail Running

Impact the Live of the Powerless

When you are walking with another, hills seem less steep and the valleys seem less deep, let’s collaborate together to make a impacting difference faster and more¬†effectively.


Should writing be a punishment?

I recently read that an author of repute thought writing was an exhausting struggle. Others found the process painful and think of it as running a marathon. 150 more words