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Careful! She's stark raving mad!

So March makes me think of both Alice in Wonderland and also mad march hares. Hares are said to behave strangely in the month of March as they enter their breeding season, with behaviour including… 155 more words

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#28PlaysLater - Submission 20: Trapped

Trapped

By Kerrin Tatman

Lights up on a rickety, oddly-shaped house in a woodland clearing. A path runs past the house in both directions and in the garden sits a long table set for fifteen people. 1,427 more words

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Girl in Love

While I was sitting in class the other day, I was thinking about listening to a certain song that my teacher occasionally put on in class.   557 more words

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They Say "Dream School", I Say. . .

I don’t really have a “dream school.”  As a junior, with college applications coming just around the corner, just about the whole county and my neighbor’s cat expects me to know where I want to go to college.  472 more words

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Daily Drawings: Week 4

Jan 19

Prompt: A comic

Jan 20

These are just doodles. One is a selfie and one is my Aunt

Jan 21

Prompt: Something in the style of another artist… 12 more words

Domain of Literature: Song

Literature, by its loosest definition, is any written work, which surprisingly includes songs.  If you’d told me this a few years ago, I would be surprised to hear that songs are worth anything at all, as I went through a very critical phase of detesting pop music, which consists of all song except for dubstep, and was stubbornly fixed on only listening to instrumental classical music.   439 more words

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Book Review- Alice in the Country of Hearts: My Fantastic Rabbit

Title: Alice in the Country of Hearts My Fantastic Rabbit

Author: Quin Rose (scenario by Owl Shinotsuki)

Illustrator: Delico Psyche

Format: Paperback

Published: 2010

Okay so I have said in the past the Boris is my favorite person to pair Alice with when it comes to the Alice in the Country of series but I feel that that is quickly changing.  314 more words

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