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  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    you’ll go your way both more often smiling they simply radiated their togetherness sitting on the wall bathed in the setting of the sun fingers fumble blushed innocence she and he lips parted in hope of attention discovering their depth sweet: early summer’s air drifting in float...
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    hip twist hair flick hand holding body shimmy breath lost back bending feet flashing moving quickly twirl lovely beat is pounding: i am dancing...
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    The Kibera slums, Nairobi, Kenya: a land of corrugated metal roofs, muddy side streets, and roughly 700,000 people crammed into a single square mile. Kibera needs help, and yet, in spite of the many ways people could get involved, most don't – even as the inhabitants of Kenya's most infamous...
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    In Barack Obama’s and Nelson Mandela’s inaugural addresses, both leaders use symbolism, imagery, and repetition to convey a sense of hope and purpose to their people. Leaders need the support of their fellow citizens to accomplish change. A president’s inaugural address must show their count...
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    In the Paleozoic Era, is the Carboniferous, or carbon-bearing, Period. It lasted from 360 million years ago to 286 million years ago, a span of 74 million years. Within this period, there are two other periods; the Mississippian and the Pennsylvanian. They were named to help scientists distinguish t...
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    Silhouetted so sharply against soft rose and orange clouds, it stands. Black against the brightness of the foamy sunset, it rises out of a dark landscape. A pillar of man, set on spindly legs of iron, it mars the picture. Light shines all around it, giving form to this splotch of humanity...
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    I have seen, felt, heard, and tasted many miracles. The world is full of them, you just have to look… The First Miracle: Free-flowing, Childish Joy Tintern Abbey is pronounced tin-tin abbey. It’s ancient and has lost every part of its roof now. After a lunch at the pub nearby, we boug...
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    There was a little town, long ago. The little town was called Cannibal Town. But the people of Cannibal Town didn’t know that the word cannibal would one day bring all mini people disgrace. They were extremely short. At age 15 they would be tallest: about the size of a fourth grader. Then they ...
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    Emma was the sixth child of a wealthy merchant. In her youth, she had lived with her large family in a glass house by the sea. Most of the time, her father was away and her mother struggled to care for her large brood, so Emma was left to her own devices. She spent much of her time outside when ...

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