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I distinctly remember myself writing a post about surviving/celebrating first month of college  back in September.

And now, I am here writing a post about how there are only three weeks left of freshman year of college. 81 more words


Magic Rings, Serpent Wings

In deep memory the magic mitrochondria ring proclaims
DNA spirals shall blunt Time’s arrow, dull His axe in battle
With fire breath, in an instant women of the serpent lineage… 15 more words


March Senryū 2015

for belief in love even when it’s imperfect

old as mountains | their love across the ages | steady as beats of hearts

traveling with wings | fueled by waking-dream voices | on prayers and hope… 533 more words


Interview 2

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My Tribute to Joy and Vera by Esther Nelson

My daughter Joy, in so many ways, is like my mother Vera–competent, feisty, determined, smart, no-nonsense, generous, gracious, and loving.  Many of her mannerisms mimic Vera’s as well, yet Joy barely knew my mother.  1,018 more words


Me, You, and U.S.

Everytime I talk about me

You think I’m talking about us

While us is must for certain talks, the constant need for we takes away from me. 88 more words

NaPoWriMo #16 Terzenelle

Who says poets don’t work hard? I feel liked I’ve walked ten miles. Almost caught up- will manage #12 some other day. It’s an easy one, thank Brigit (Celtic goddess of poetry).  248 more words