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The History of What Was

Walking inside these walls you can feel it
the history of what was.
A green so luminous it would make an emerald stone blush,
it covers every inch surrounding the old stone. 92 more words


Philadelphia Freedom, poem by Betsy Mars (ME, AT 17 Poetry and Prose Series)

Philadelphia Freedom
by Betsy Mars

Philadelphia freedom beckons endlessly on the radio —
the soundtrack of the bicentennial year
back when my own centennial seemed so distant. 364 more words


Another Day in Paradise

The sense of conscience that used to be so strong

Was crushed and murdered to fit into the form

The cut below the nose that used to sing the song… 155 more words

Hank's Writing

First Crush, poem by Laurie Kolp (ME, AT 17 Poetry and Prose Series)

First Crush
by Laurie Kolp

August glistens, tan bodies
comingle, makeshift togas
fashion statements
barely clothing
sun-kissed skin.
I stand alone
chug warm beer
from plastic cup… 174 more words



Honestly, I’m being honest
Even when I’m absent
Honestly, I’m being honest
Even when I’m a dick

I can’t be anything else
Than who I honestly am… 99 more words


From the first stone
Pointed at one end
Used to kill
A furry friend

To fire, the wheel,
Clothes, beds,

We’ve all evolved, 131 more words

5 Great Books for Teens! (2 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Tyler Wiegmann

Founder & Owner of: TylersBooks

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books and Writing Writer

Getting kids to read can be a struggle, but getting teens to read can be even harder. 596 more words