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  • Poetry > Free Verse
    It was the stroll to the rice paddies as we tread the crackled earth in the Indian siroccos, trodding and hurtling ‘round the chunks of the asphalt that gravity had palliated the road of and brought down on the fields. , where Appachan gazed upon the wafting waters and he gazed at the lilies...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    With excerpts from Edgar Allen Poe’s “A Dream Within a Dream” mirthful parsimony crisped wood perforated with termite burrows, meticulously dipped in puddles of stagnant urine, hiding You are in the undergrowth from the raucous snorts and shouts and boisterous spits of strewn chewi...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    He climbs trees falls like the leaves crisp and careless He gathers snow from the heavens and sets it at our feet and takes root in my home in my sanctuary; but stolen from a land of raucous rubber harvests and rowdy from the world of busted machettis and rusting car parts do I question ...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
    Mortal Kombat painted my first picture of Japan. The intricate depictions of ancient fighting techniques, Buddhist architecture, and deadly samurai weaponry were all I knew. And then, I learned of geography and I saw a tropical island nation placed so precariously above Asia that one could not hel...
  • Opinion > School / College
    “We’re going to start this year with a review of fractions!” The fact that my sister is hearing that sentence in fifth grade is discouraging. Her class hasn’t even started utilizing variables, though my fourth-grade cousin in India is solving quadratic equations. Still, we continue to ask ou...

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