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Legendary Writings

Regardless of the profession or academic program you are enrolled in,l you will always find use for wonderful pieces of writings. As a blogger and a professional freelancer, I intend to inform readers both in the corporate and individualized spheres of profession about the need to incorporate worthy writings in their daily affairs. 174 more words

Rye Middle School, poem by Lynne Viti (MY FIRST JOB Poetry and Prose Series)

Rye Middle School
by Lynne Viti

Rows of desks, windows open to grass and parking lot,
Fluorescent light bathing thirteen-year-olds in a faint, bluish glow. 303 more words


Shadow's fire

Burden me with all those sins you hide.

Envenom me with that poisonous will.

I’ll feed my need your guilty shame.

Enchanted goddess calls the darkrise. 28 more words


coffin club

That little cough

a small half cough

that men have


when they are doing things

around the house

the world

to let the family know… 43 more words

Extra MoJo! #2,

Extra MoJo! #2, a print anthology of 14 Black women’s poetry and flash memoir), Publication Date: July 2016

Cover image: “Maya” (photograph) © 2015 Patricia Wallace Jones… 151 more words

Black Women

Open Register, story by Elisa Adams (MY FIRST JOB Poetry and Prose Series)

Open Register
by Elisa Adams

In my first job, I was a cashier in the neighborhood supermarket. Scanners hadn’t been invented; you learned the price of everything, rang items by pounding raised number keys on the cash register, and made change using mental arithmetic. 333 more words


New York, New York Day Four: The Quest For Caricatures

It started out a day like any other. Except it didn’t, not really. Something was hanging in the air around me as I woke up groggily, wishing I hadn’t watched so many episodes of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt the night before. 780 more words