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Miracle behind Charlotte’s Web

DISCLAIMER: This post is dedicated to a classroom of students that I read for during my VIP (volunteer hours) at a local elementary school today. The lesson I learned from Mrs. Arable is a priceless lesson for students to learn to become open-minded and understanding about things they do not know. It's imperative for today's… Continue reading Miracle behind Charlotte’s Web

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Homesick at Home

Most people feel the longing for home and family when they travel to new places, study abroad, or maybe even staying over at a friend's house. The grief-sickening feeling lingers for days and the unfamiliarity of your surroundings makes things uncomfortable. But is it possible to feel homesick when you're a young adult living at… Continue reading Homesick at Home

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Heavenly (written 5 years ago)

Angel, Angel, Angel, can you hear my faint whisper? My worldly words never seem to reach you beyond the heavens. I can still feel your lingering kiss upon my lips… And the careful caresses of your holy hands… There is truthfully emptiness without your perfect presence… I need you here to ease my sorrowful soul!… Continue reading Heavenly (written 5 years ago)

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Rainbow Dance

Streams of rainbow colors fall from the rain descending from pearl clouds of smoke moving through atmosphere and covering planets stuck in orbit. The colors dance against the lightening flashing its light with the strike of former lovers stumbling on blue and black blots of ink. Thunder roars with a laugh echoing from the pen… Continue reading Rainbow Dance

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Front Page Pick: Owl of Who

Who is the Owl of Who? His dark feathers beat the carbon monoxide under her breath as she sips her black coffee underneath the half-moon. Words hang on her keyboard painting black letters on an open fire fueling drunk laughter and a silent response from the Owl of Who. Who is the man on the… Continue reading Front Page Pick: Owl of Who