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Flowery Feeling in White Rose

Flower, one beautiful living thing in this world, has a wide varieties ranging from custom flower to the scarce kinds with many colours and shapes. For example, jasmine, daisy, lotus, orchid, rose, etc. 577 more words

Alifahann

The Refugee

Guest Post by Leah
Featured Image: “Over the Fence”, a painting made from instant coffee by Alwy Fadhel, from The Refugee Art Project 

The refugee… 155 more words

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Tools for students who have difficulty with visualization or metaphor

The language I use in dance classes tends to be very figurative; I liken the torso to an elevator, or compare weight transfer to a dragon boat, or tell students that they are pouring soda from the tips of their toes during a prance. 755 more words

Adaptive Dance

Poem Day #7

Fog

Wispy tendrils drift around.

They sweep and slink and sink

into the softened ground.

They cloud the air, sight suffers.

The brights shine into eyes. 93 more words

Poetry

My Daily Devotion - DON'T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT HIM!

START YOUR DAY OFF WITH GOD’S WORD!

Today’s Reading: John 16:25-33 . . . .

“These things I have spoken to you in figurative language; but the time is coming when I will no longer speak to you in figurative language, but I will tell you plainly about the Father. 184 more words

Devotionals

Little Stories

I write poetry to tell little stories. As someone who prefers fiction, I use my poems to explore the emotions I can’t access through prose. I find that poetry allows me to be more vulnerable—it’s more effective to infuse and explore personal bits of… 469 more words

Craft

Dinosaurs, literally

One aspect of autism spectrum disorder that affects Frances is difficulty with figurative language or words that are not intended to be interpreted literally. As she ages, the difficulty becomes more pronounced but it doesn’t always involve idioms or euphemisms. 137 more words

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