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Short Story Fiction: Turns Out I Am Dirt Poor

Short Story Fiction: Turns Out I Am Dirt Poor

*   I heard the doorbell ring while I was cutting up the watermelon in the kitchen this evening. Almost immediately I heard my eager 9-year-old greet someone at the door. “Maa, can you come?!” He yelled back at me. I put the knife away and careful not to drip on...

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You Feel Lonely, And So Do I. Here’s What We Can Do.

You Feel Lonely, And So Do I. Here’s What We Can Do.

* A Feeling I Can't Put A Finger On:   There is something about the holidays that exacerbates the feeling of my loneliness. In a bookstore, way before the pandemic began, I was checking out some books. At the corner of my eye, I could sense the kind smiles of a...

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Coronavirus And How We Should Do Schooling

Coronavirus And How We Should Do Schooling

This is an argumentative essay submitted by a 16 year old High school student presented here in its original form.  * The Nature Of Our Current Existence: An Outline:    Many parents are struggling, and it’s hard to cope the fact that their children will be...

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Hold That Outrage; Free The Internet

Hold That Outrage; Free The Internet

* Our Voice In A Noisy World:   Yes, we live in a world that deserves our outrage. Yes, nothing ever seems to be in order. Things, people and systems are falling apart. And yes, most of us seem to acting out our impulses, often, irrationally. When such are the...

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In the Age of Dank Memes, Why Read Poetry?

In the Age of Dank Memes, Why Read Poetry?

* Just A String Of Words?   A good poem demands the dignity to be understood. History repeats in its resounding words. Repetition is a poem's strongest flavors. Poems are words with life because they're current and most urgent with their message to humanity. Yet,...

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The Power of Pause

The Power of Pause

* Pause a Little To Read This:   We've all seen those drawings and paintings of Sisyphus, the Greek king. The one who, for being deceitful, received a punishment of rolling up a huge boulder up a hill. This act of his happens in perpetuity, because the boulder...

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Want to Thrive in Life? Start a Journal.

Want to Thrive in Life? Start a Journal.

*   Never forget that writing is as close as we get to keeping a hold on the thousand and one things—childhood, certainties, cities, doubts, dreams, instants, phrases, parents, loves—that go on slipping like sand through our fingers. ~ Salman Rushdie   *...

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