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I’m still learning
to love the parts
of myself
that no one
claps for

All my life I believed myself to be a very selfless and giving person. 478 more words

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Nalo Hopkinson's The Chaos

Nalo Hopkinson’s first foray into Young Adult fiction is a highly original, witty, surreal and absurd narrative of self-acceptance and tolerance. Sojourner “Scotch”(a hot Jamaican pepper, named after her dance moves) is a light-skinned teenager with a white Jamaican father and a black American mother living in Toronto. 268 more words


I’m sitting on the bed with my back against the rest. I look to my right and there he is, lying right next to me, sleeping soundly in my bed oblivious to the fact that I’m sitting next to him. 286 more words

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Poetry Tuesdays — The Chaos

The English language is stupid. It doesn’t make any sense. Some words are spelt the same but mean different things. Some words are spelt differently but mean the same. 877 more words


I Wish..

I wish I could tell you how much it hurts to love you. What it feels like to be waiting for you all day long, knowing deep inside that you’re not going to come, even today. 1,091 more words

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I Cried..

I cried, not because dozens of people died. I cried, not because families became barren. I cried, not because many shining eyes became lifeless today. And neither did I cry because my country, yet again, became the target of the heartless and inhumane creatures. 266 more words

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