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  • Nonfiction > Academic
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    Death, in its physical form and its complexly layered psychological form, has been one of the most fascinating subjects for the human mind to contemplate. The crux of humanity, death is not only the reason of our mortality but also a representation of the fleeting nature of life on earth and the ins...
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    A woman’s place in American society, at home or in the public marketplace, has fluctuated and changed considerably over the past few hundred years. Today, women make up nearly 50% of the labor force, meaning that it is likely that more than 78 million women will be working by 2018. These women w...
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    John Keats, one of the greatest poets of all time and one of the fondest remembered romantic poets, is known for his hopeful, joyful, ideal, and yet melancholic look on the world and its inhabitants. In his poetry and letters it is easy to find his strongest themes, which were perhaps what he stru...
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    Lush green leaves, chocolate cake, and tart cider. We used the blue lake as a divider. Hours later I felt the cold creep in. The shifting light brushed across my skin. “Tess, its time to go.” I called as a Chill sent its spidery limbs across grey Rocks scattered along the shifting shore. ...
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    Surrounded by a deep seeded silence, Stuffed tight in a compartment of lies I felt the pressure of a thousand books Piled high upon my shuddering chest. The pages: numbered, lettered, and tattered Condensed into a million lines of text, Burrowed deep like a disease, the words upon Words are...
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    Warm breeze ruffles my hair in darkness. Night enfolds my body in relief; I submerge myself in the beat Coursing through the car. My eyes wander over the road in contemplation: Deserted place, dead of silence. A chirp in the silence, I am not alone: The darkness Explodes. Hundreds of cric...
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    Your lifeline: the intake of air, so fragile. A hand, a toe. Tip of the atmosphere. First step, first breath, the first mile. Life. Chases, leads. Coy - it beguiles. No break, not till the final breath. Your lifeline: the intake of air, so fragile. Breathe in, out. Steady hand while Y...
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    How with a heavy heart I walk these stones. Utterly alone, my cold body feels What my mind hath undergone by your lord. As if chained I feel the spirit of My soul ebb away. As if like a tide My body seemeth to slowly ripple Afar on the churning current of thy Sweet yet biting breath. Hamlet...
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    Impossibly small, Fragile. My finger: Smallest piece of me, Reaches to touch Him enormous In contrast. Swaddled tight, His blanket an embrace. Afraid to Break, step back And gaze. Pine needles are bones and nothing matters. Rhythmic beep, a whir, Alien invasion of ultrasound: t...

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