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The Little Train

Every summer our preschool changes into a Summer School and this year is no exception. The main difference is that I can have only 5 children in my class, I wear a mask at all times and we have to be outside as much as possible. 1,083 more words

COVID-19

4375–Rains Come up

  • Place: Kohoj, Maharahastra, India
  • Date: 10 August 2008
  • Camera: Olympus C760 UZ
  • Lens: —
  • Focal Length: 32.9 mm
  • Aperture: f/3.2
  • Exposure Time: 1/200
  • ISO: 84
People

Aisle 1

Aisle 1 

A man picked up a bottle
It was just the two of us
there on Aisle 1
He examined the label
I was working only a few feet away… 106 more words

A Great Stranger

Last year I was travelling in Peru with my best friend. Unfortunately that (what seemed to be) everlasting friendship came to an end earlier on this year and now I have albums of memories I’m not sure whether to look at with love or bitterness. 361 more words

WHO NEEDS JETPACKS WHEN YOU CAN HAVE SEX WITH PEOPLE YOU HAVEN’T MET YET | Casual Skype sex connects across timezones in Stephanie Chan's poem.

by Stephanie Chan

we are lying parallel on two mattresses
ten thousand miles apart.

not so much passion as coincidence
of time zones,
kinks

                                you working from home twice a week,  829 more words

Poetry

Keeping up with strangers

Social media makes it really easy to keep up with everything going on in the world around us. From crises happening across the globe to personal details about people we’ve never met. 249 more words

Anonymously Yours, Only for a While

The train slowly chugged from the yard to its designated platform. It was a bitter cold early January morning, where every existence was in question. The large compartments dragging themselves into view seemed to be grumbling as well. 818 more words

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