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As the sun sets in the sky and the night comes in,

The day of the next where there is nothing. There is no feeling, only numb as the continuation of the revelations. 118 more words


It Holds

The end of the slavery that the word causes. It holds the end of this “white” versus “black” or any race as the walls come down and we learn it doesn’t matter. 94 more words


Eternal Sunshine

It only took

A cross-state trip

Down childhood lane

And a poem

You wrote mounting

The evidence against you

To remind myself

That I am farther… 21 more words


Time to get serious about water quality in First Nations communities

Pondering the crisis so many First Nations communities face over water quality, you can’t help but think of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge: “Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink.” 581 more words

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Don't let perfectionism get in the way of success.

Now that a full term at college is over, it’s time for our reports to be sent home to parents.

Some students dread them. Some, like me don’t really waste too much time worrying about them. 1,076 more words


Farther by Owen Sheers (Analysis)

The OCR anthology Towards a World Unknown has the poem in full at this link:


A rough analysis: (the last line is analysed in the last paragraph) 1,547 more words

Poetry Analysis

Scribblings 150 - Closer


The farther you go
The closer you become