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France and England: Part 6

The following day, we started at the Louvre. I discovered that my husband had never been (never said a word!) so I decided to rectify this oversight. 716 more words

Travel

Murphy y las filas

Aunque a las 8 de la mañana estaba nublado, ese día no hubo niebla, por lo que prometía estar mucho más bonito que el anterior para visitar París. 956 more words

Efecto Máster

Commercial Street

In that road raveled by swift feet and roving eyes the mannequins still and frozen look on unfazed.

On their perches and slightly elevated stands, they stare wearing faint but sly smiles on their unchanging faces. 188 more words

Non-fiction

Venus De Milo on Apache Boulevard (2013)

Here’s a poem I wrote a few years ago, when I would regularly commute to Tempe and spend many long hours staring at people on the sidewalks while riding the lightrail. 96 more words

Poetry

Paris Part 2: Mona Lisa, Macarons, and Carbohydrates

It was Good Friday during my second day in Paris, and I woke up bright and early for a day at the world’s most famous museum: The Louvre! 522 more words

Travel

Art History: My Secret to Subway Surfing

Growing up on the outskirts of the five boroughs with two parents working in Midtown Manhattan meant trips into the city were customary. Excursions into the city provided the perfect platform for the inauguration of a true New Yorker: surviving the subway. 288 more words

Art