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    Tables strewn with Large, yellow flowers With footsteps like round Buttons, And eyelashes that sometimes Dance. The children gone before, With Gilda, That’s my cousin. Maybe they walked Where cypresses shook down And the blue birds nest...
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    Soft gardens proffered bloom Cracked twigs lay in squalor As the tea roses sway, [hither to my ego.] Soft stems bending with Southern winds and wild Colors yelling at hopeful Visitors. Small fingers wielding heavy power A death rattle with a lust For beauty Profaned as unspoken ...
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    A fierce grace lines the ranks of the battlegrounds, Lurking like a shadow, hollow, sunken beauty tethers the bodies, piled high, they stain the horizon, streaking the impending skyline blanching a frightened generation As the piercing cracks of gunfire Litter...
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    Come back inside! She shouted, As I rushed out, the front door swinging on its hinges, as I jerked it open. You here me! You come back, right now! I was running now, feet slapping against the soaked pavements, drenching my pants with sloshing puddles. Her shouts muffle...
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    The adapted film, directed by Gregory Doran based on the Shakespearean play Hamlet was a refreshing and innovative portrayal of the tragedy. With few changes to the original script, Doran put a contemporary and divergent spin on the classic that branched beyond the indigenous theatrical narrative of...
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    The whispers Are what closed you Out of the world You once New Your back was turned Just long enough For the rumors To spread The whispers Turned to shouts Blaring, like a horn You fell Into the deep...
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    Sherlock Holmes: a Game of Shadows is driven by Robert Downey Jr.’s witty remarks and all of the clever tricks stuffed up his sleeve. As Sherlock Holmes, Downey fabricates a likable yet geniusly annoying character whose psychic powers spin a tale worthy of its filming by Guy Ritchie. In the summer...
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    I brushed past you today I don’t think you noticed I was walking down by that park You know the one We used to sit there on our favorite blanket The one with all the stars on it, dreaming Of how we’d always be friends Of how we’d never abandon each other I guess dreams are just tha...
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    Wake up Says the Car Blaring its noise Honk, Honk, Honk Awoken Slowly, I crunch sleep From My languid eyes I rub my hands Back and forth Freeing my vision Of the previous Night Torpid no more I swept the last, Of the foregoing day Away With the Sleep That clung so tight...
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    Destruction succumbing the world stealing the hope that kept you sane you still wander through the forests dangerously looking for a way to escape the chaos that soon will deteriorate everything...
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    Once built for use as a temporary statue to be dismantled after a mere twenty years, the Eiffel Tower is presently one of the most recognized landmarks in the world. At the time of its commission, the 324 meter tall multistory Eiffel Tower was meant to be a provisional edifice to celebrate the World...
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    The novel The Red Necklace written by the author, and illustrator Sally Gardner is quite a suspenseful young adult novel. As the Kirkus review declares, it is “[A] lush tale of magic, betrayal, and revolution…teen readers will eat this up.” Readers will definitely eat this up; it is a fabulou...
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    The non-fiction book Vive La Revolution written by the touring stand up comedian Mark Steel, has been described as "A cross between a history of the French Revolution and a spirited defense of the ideals that inspire it" by The Independent. Steel takes into consideration the details of the...
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    Tears of sorrow and wisdom billowing from her eyes like cotton in a field at harvest time Not knowing which way to go or where they came from Always there...
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    As a child, Jacob was close with his grandfather, Abe. He would tell Jacob tales of his past. These many accounts were part of his childhood spent in Wales in a children’s home. He told Jacob legends of airborne girls, “a boy who had bees living inside of him, [and] a brother and sister who coul...
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