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i don't recognize You anymore. i haven't since the fall. i look in the mirror and see apathy hanging like swaying fruit golden hay draped Your face and Your hugs were like if a vestal campfire could warm your soul. petal-pink bloome (More)
11.3.18 falling / running
falling: when the dawn rises and summer shines upon you in your peaceful rest- and when your chest falls and you smirk in your slumber i cannot help it. (More)
Swimming in numbers: A.D. October 12, 2018
Good day everyone! I hope all of you are doing well. Often I find myself very bored and extremely despondent in math class. Personally it doesn't fulfill me in any way. To some people I'm sure it's a wonderful thing and that's lovely! But yesterday, (More)
Celebrating a Goal Achieved!
In March, I was knee deep in the slice of life challenge, when I saw a post on Instagram about #the100dayproject. It was shared by a favorite author of mine, Elle Luna.  Created by Elle Luna I was teaching two different cl (More)
Let's Dip In.
  My name is Jamie Forest Hunt, and I should explain myself. I cannot stop creating things. I paint, I sketch, I sculpt, I write, I compose, and create, and then s (More)
Welcome to the world of Words
Greetings! My name is Eleanor Walter and this is the inception of my blog! This is going to be a relaxed and simple blog made for your enjoyment. Every week, we will sit down together with a new mug of some delicious drink and examine, write, and t (More)
Melancholy & Rain: A.D. September 27, 2018
Being that the past couple days have been full of rain and chill, I think we should take a look at some pensive or melancholy writing. The feeling of walking outside with rain pitter-pattering on the top of your head as the chill in the air is just c (More)
To a young child: A.D. October 4, 2018
Hello everyone! Today I am going to be talking about a poem instead of sharing some of my own work. The recent days have been increasingly more autumnal. Though it's been warm, the leaves have been falling at a regular pace, and even this morning the (More)
The Making of the Atomic Bomb
December 1938 A German laboratory A man A shocking discovery Radioactive material A uranium atom split in two Enough power to jump (More)
New Poetry
Today's poem was a collaboration with The Writer from the blog Shorties. She is an amazing writer, so if you want to see more of her work click here. This piece may sound a little strange because we w (More)
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