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I just want it to end

So I’m sent back and forth

and around again

to specialists and surgeons

who say it’s in my brain

the wiring’s fucked

Is what they say… 53 more words

Kait King

From Poetry to Painting

“Runes shalt thou find, and fateful signs,

That the king of singers colored,

And the mighty gods have made;”

– From the Havamal (Sayings of the High One), Bellows Translation… 183 more words

Songs for Mawmag

At the heart of Kahiwagaan forest, two trees whenever their leaves rustle. They sing for Mawmag the tarsier.

Darkness swept over the forest even before the sun left the sky. 2,892 more words


Visiting the Witch

The Witch in the Woods is sortof like my oracle. A long time ago, I did this guided meditation in which I ended up at her house. 452 more words

LAMAR ALEXANDER: College Too Expensive? That’s a Myth

Wall Street Journal — Pell grants, state aid, modest loans and scholarships put a four-year public institution within the reach of most.

Paying for college never is easy, but it’s easier than most people think. 71 more words


Xi Wangmu and the Star Festival

Tanabata, or the Star Festival (the 7th day of the 7th month, by either the lunar or solar calendar), is a holiday I was introduced to while staying in Japan. 927 more words


Day 5: JOJA in Fort Portal, "Amabeere ga Nyinamwiru"

The road to Fort Portal is worse than we could have imagined. Dust hovers over many sections of the road in a fog so thick that our driver, Ezra,  has to turn the lights of our minibus to full brightness at 5pm in the evening. 1,418 more words