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I CARRY YOUR HEART WITH ME :- A POEM BY E.E.CUMMINGS,THE FIRST POPULAR MODERNIST POET OF AMERICA !

BY E. E. CUMMINGS

i carry your heart with me(i carry it in

my heart)i am never without it(anywhere

i go you go,my dear;and whatever is done… 121 more words

POETRY

Hortensio

He had amped her up for weeks about the engagement. At last, he had gotten them on the guest list at Hortensio, one of the few absurdly elitist places in Paris that L.A. 1,023 more words

Short Story

The Portrait: Chapter 2

Dahlia reluctantly agrees to assist Mary with her ridiculous quest.

Paz has an unfortunate mishap and his day does not get any better.

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Fiction

Nobel Prize in Literature: The most prestigious award in world books goes to...

By:Eve JACKSON|Catherine CLIFFORD

Polish author Olga Tokarczuk and Austria’s Peter Handke are the new queen and king of literature. This year’s winner and last year’s winner have been announced together, because the prize was cancelled in 2018 over a sexual harassment scandal. 47 more words

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@FBI “All Sun All Moon” – Dec 12th 2019

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(After Speaking with President Donald Trump, Chief Prince Adam speaks at the United Nations about terrorism and gangs. 200 more words

LITERATURE

The Birth of Elle Coño

She felt at her most comfortable in hotels. The dingier and more dilapidated, the better. It was all a means to forget the cush childhood she had been provided with by her father. 1,428 more words

Short Story

#Libraries protected me at my most vulnerable: #KerryHudson on why libraries can't be lost

Lowborn author Kerry Hudson is proudly working class, but she was never proudly poor. The poverty she grew up in was grinding and often dehumanising. She shares the vital role that libraries and books played in her life, and why we must do everything in our power to protect them. 1,113 more words

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