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I Remember

I remember Berkeley, the home of the strong. Where fitting in means being different and saying that you’re tough is a sign of weakness.

I remember the people. 538 more words

Poetry

I remember pushing myself into this with you a year a ago kicking and screaming.
I remember anxiety attacks after an hour of no response- not just because the ex I had just moved out from added two years of more pain to your six, but because I knew you had more chance of leaving suddenly than even he did.

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Poetry from Poemcrazy Workshop

Here are three poems from the workshop with Susan Wooldridge.

Using word tickets, word pools, post cards, stolen words and pure magic.  All of these poems here brought tears, full of raw emotion and feelings.  538 more words

Inspirations

Wendy Hibbard - I Remember

Wendy Hibbard shares her first story at Tenx9, remembering her mothers. 

PART ONE

I am the oldest child, the middle child, and the youngest child, all at once. 2,353 more words

I Remember

David McRay - Going Home

For “I Remember,” David McRay tells the moving story of a patient’s death, one in which David was both attending physician, as well as grandson.  1,684 more words

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Katy Kinard - I Remember What Really Happened

Veteran teller Katy Kinard tells us of remembering what really happened during those times when everyone was praising her–things involving fires and strip poker. 

“(Gasp) I can’t believe this kitchen!  1,505 more words

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