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Not Yet Unbroken

Tired in the morning
Tired in the night
Basking moons soft lulling
Is suddenly loathed light

A silence underwhelming
I’d forgotten it was there
Without that subtle humming… 93 more words

Poetry Posts

Love in a Torn Land: Book Review

Showing you an intimately real look at how an individual Iraqi-Kurdish woman, Joanna, suffered from and fought against Saddam Hussein’s tyranny.

Rating: 7.5/10

I enjoyed this book so much! 1,108 more words


You're only hmnu hm

The rain comes back to waking up
For a single endless greeting
Flashing hands and counting eyes
A market heart, a motional beating

The setting sun’s reminder… 94 more words

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"Why is my reflection someone I don't know?" (or Mulan, Fundamentalism, and Me)

It was 1999 and I was twelve-years-old as I sat on my bed listening to Christina Aguilera’s self-titled debut album on my Walkman to prevent the parental units from hearing some of the racier lines that weren’t exactly church-sanctioned— 1,318 more words


Gold Is All That Gold Should Be

*to be read by column, and then across by line

I had a watch once,                                 But it was always wrong,

Made of bronze,                                     And I was always worried, 133 more words

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A Subtle Play at Removing Myself

A monotone third person eulogy,

The egoist dissects himself

In the reflected reactions of unmet parties,

A glance inserted in the fast walk

From here to hither, that a graze… 218 more words

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Three Tales by Kate Chopin

American author Kate Chopin (1850–1904) wrote two published novels and about a hundred short stories in the 1890s. Most of her fiction is set in Louisiana and most of her best-known work focuses on the lives of sensitive, intelligent women. 7,128 more words