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  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I might as well set my compass backwards For you always thrust me the opposite way Your arrows command me to turn right Knowing I want to flee left that day Right when I’m accelerating to the peak Your yellow light raises a palm for me to pause Although I make sure to look both ways I fe...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
    There I was, seated at a gigantic round table piled with plates of food from outer space, to put it euphemistically. Did I really endure an 18-hour flight for this? Nevertheless, I was not going to allow such a petty thought to disturb my trip. It’s not everyday I get to sit in an upscale restaura...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I might as well set my compass backwards For you always thrust me in the opposite way Your arrows command me to turn right Knowing I want to flee left that day Right when I’m accelerating to the peak Your yellow light steps in and tells me to pause Although I make sure to look both ways ...
  • Poetry > Limerick
    My brother was already three Yet he still could not say “potty” I would call and squeal his dear name But received not a glance from he My brother was already three When aware doctors came to see He was a boy with autism Thus his world did not include me My brother was already three ...
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    To gaze into a child’s eyes and touch upon its laughter is a wonder unrivaled. However, my cousin never allowed my entrance to such an opportunity. He was a beautiful child, a child with a cloud of passion over his face accompanied by an expression in his eyes so daring that even the flames of Hel...

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