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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    At this point in my life I have come to learn that I must be wary. I must be wary of those well-meaning people who seek to dissuade me from my passion, in order to save me from my fears. These people come in all shapes and sizes. They are my family, my friends, even the casual acquaintance on the st...
  • Opinion > Spirituality / Religion
    What is happiness? How can we achieve fulfillment? What is our purpose here? Among all other questions, and despite all other quests, these are questions that define the human race as a whole. There are many ways to answer them. Some choose to answer these question by choosing a religion, giving the...
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    Guide > College Essays
    As we rounded the corner of the field, I felt my heart lift for the shear joy of the beautiful day and for the magnificent horse beneath me. I took a sharp breath in, and Dale and I lifted into light, easy canter. I did not kick my heels, or squeeze my calves, or even cluck my tongue; such things we...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    The midnight sun casts no shadows, it sheds no light, yet reveals all. The darkness is comfortable; the darkness is safe. The darkness brings new life to our limbs, it is sensual and seamless. It is the light of the imagination, and the shadow of the eyes. It brings forth the sound of the brea...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
    We live in a state of separation and togetherness. We are at once alone and together. We as humans have a deep primal need for connection, both emotional and physical. This physical need is due to a necessity for intimacy. This intimacy comes from a willing vulnerability born out of trust. It comes ...
  • Opinion > Points of View
    So many strands weave a web, a living, breathing web. Amongst the sad sadness lays joy. Dynamics hold this web together, hidden, unseen, but O so tangible dynamics. We know not half of what we see, and yet it is on that which we function. We are connected. Is it the strength of these dynamics which ...
  • Opinion > Drugs / Alcohol / Smoking
    The world is consumed in pain, therefore we don’t feel. We are numb. Numb to ourselves, numb to others, numb to our world. I want to feel. I have no inclination to be numb or unfeeling. I would rather be unhappy than unfeeling. We numb ourselves to escape from our problems or worries. We develop ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    I was filled to the brim with overflowing sunlight. A playful, teasing wind caressed my hair as I lay with my cheek against his shoulder, which smelled wonderfully of dust and horse. I had set out early that morning with adventure in mind, and, along the way, I had left the past and present and ente...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Blood red, violet purple, and true blue Streak across the arching canvass. Night creeps to heaven’s doorway, And her raven eye surrounds the infinite horizon. Behind the wisps of breathy cloud, Hurry her brilliant heralds. For her they safeguard sky, And for her they will someday die. S...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
    It is the bane of us who live, and friend Of those speechless, sun bleached, bare bones. We live in its shadow, yet we cannot defend From what is naught. It moves over the bloodstones. Fear holds us tight, it is bound to our hearts and minds. It knows no equal. It has no bounds. ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    I have been riding horses since before I could read, before I could count, before I even knew my alphabet. For the first few years, it was little more than a hobby, a pleasant past-time, that is, until I met him. He was young, even for a horse, and I was young, even for a human. Too many people said...

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