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Poignant

My word of the day is poignant.

Poign-ant:

adjective

evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret.

“A poignant reminder that despite all appearances, nothing would stay better for long.” 208 more words

Writing

Thirty-Two

So, here we go.

I try not to get too much into depression and stuff like that on here, because I want this to be a happy blog and not a bunch of posts about me complaining. 1,021 more words

Love

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“I have to keep moving to escape the reality that my body is no longer mine.” -The Color of Rain by Cori McCarthy, page 150… 128 more words

Vlog

The Edge of Seventeen

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Coming of age and teen films have the potential to be quite special. Focusing their attention on one or a group of young adults opens up the opportunities for a lot of humour, emotion and drama. 603 more words

Cinema Screenings

The Perks of Old School Intertextuality

Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower is an immensely popular novel- and in essence, a coming of age novel. We’re following Charlie through his (sometimes) awkward high school years,and everything that comes along with that- the love interests, the drugs, the music, the… 602 more words

Literature

Dear Friend,

I remember, her hazel eyes

shinning with the sun,

as if they were synchronized.

Her laugh was music to my ears

the only song I want to hear. 156 more words

Poetry Friday