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Black and white (Epigram)

For all day skies do not turn white,

For black always doesn’t rule at night,

Yet when we see, why every other color dies?

And then, i realized the two colors of our eyes!

Ally

Beware the enemy not that approaches you with anger and rage, their intentions are clear. Beware the one who smiles and calls themselves you ally.

Freshly Cropped Grass in Front of Mr. Hubble's Tombstone

That unyielding piece of turf!  It cost me a finger-nail

Is the but one more thankless task than tending a tombstone?

Grave is an extension of man – limited and frail – 12 more words

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The Inspiring Story of This Couple Who Quit Their Jobs to Travel

Aircraft aviator Hugh Glass and his writer wife, Grace Dove recently quit their jobs for the love of globetrotting. Life has become awesome ever since, says the young couple. 1,063 more words

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Don’t define your degree by how much you earn

For many of us, the end of uni is in sight – all we need to do is get through those last exams, coursework deadlines and lectures, then the world is our oyster. 549 more words

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The die cannot roll back

into your open hand.

Once out your words say what

you later understand.

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Epigram Editorial: The end of an era

This year has flown past, and suddenly I’ve written my final editorial for the last issue of the paper I’ll be involved in. sob. 

I first wrote for Epigram’s 265th issue; 36 newspapers later, it’s time to say goodbye. 1,408 more words

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