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A Lesson in Geometry for the Math Hater

By Jessy Cheyenne

Dear Mom,

I love you, always.

From going head to head with principals and teachers when I was a child to dominating your own legal battles you have taught me to fight for what is right. 1,102 more words

Short Story

Just a mom + CRM review: "All Our Wrong Todays" by Elan Mastai

I’m a mother. Many people would call me a special needs mom. But I don’t think of myself that way. I’m a swim mom, a dance mom, a music mom, a girl’s mom. 1,861 more words


Ode to My Mother In Law's Hands

I’ve always loved the biblical story of Ruth and Naomi.  If you’ve never read it, I advise it, even if you are not a Christian.  I would recommend an easy reading version, like The Message or The New Living Bible if you are a starter. 1,222 more words

Wednesdays with Writers: What happens when you sleep? Could you be capable of murder? Chris Bohjalian explores this and more in his latest novel, THE SLEEPWALKER, plus rising early, following characters onto the page, being a teen magician

By Leslie Lindsay 

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Guest Room comes a spine-tingling novel of lies, loss, and buried desire–the mesmerizing story of a wife and mother who vanishes from her bed late one night. 1,196 more words

Leslie Lindsay

International Women's Haiku Festival: Poems by Mary Stevens

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Beach bodies, goth girls, and Mom make their way into haiku by Mary Stevens in today’s feature of the International Women’s Haiku Festival… 295 more words

The Emperor of Chocolate

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The Emperor of Chocolate

I am the emperor of chocolate. I conquer every bar.
I can detect its presence in wrappings or in jar. 329 more words

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International Women's Haiku Festival: Poems by Christina Sng

Photo: Markus Sipske/Creative Commons/Flickr

Christina Sng writes of princesses, pasta machines, and all of our baggage in today’s feature of the International Women’s Haiku Festival… 245 more words