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  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Move on away from what you're used to, for change is progress and lingering is not living Get up when you fall for if you're given the ability to do so, you are being given another chance. Fall down because falling is something that comes with standing and a tumble is a less...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    hanging Halloween decor in the April breeze. they look at me funny as i hang webs onto trees. I can't wait seven days, forget seven months, to get one day with you...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
    The poem "what i'm worth" by Jessica Molz describes the intimidating, tiresome work that women, especially teenage girls, go through every day just to appear good enough to influence peers' judgement. In each stanza, Jessica begins with stating the action she'd performed thi...
  • Opinion > Points of View
    "An Empty Tuesday" by Willa Hart was a soft, gentle poem that touched my heart and left me speechlessly surprised. In Willa's poem, a tree in front of her house was constantly being watched by the narrator, in suspition. She knew that one of these days, it would fall over and complet...
  • Reviews > TV show reviews
    A curse strikes your world and you wake up in a human realm, with your whole life forgotten. With jaw dropping storylines, Once Upon a Time is a big puzzle, with every episode a small piece. As answers unfold, even more mysteries appear each one with an amazing twist. This unforgettable series takes...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
    “That’s so Jewish.” No, I do not catch these offences every time they are thrown at anybody, because to the crowd, it’s just a funny joke. No matter what anybody says to me about being Jewish I still like Judaism and I will not hate them for saying this and I will not be embarrassed about wh...

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