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Exposition

I am an empty eggshell, full of nothingness.  Emotions and desires come distantly if at all.  If you put me in the palm of your hand, you wouldn’t be able to crush me despite all your might, because stubbornly and … Continue reading

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Boy on a Bus

The city rolls past, block by dirty block, and people on errands carry on without even a glance my way.  This is the usual way home, on a usual day.  We pay our fare and take our seats side-by-side in … Continue reading

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Gifted and Talented

This could easily turn into a long rant, but I don’t think it needs to.  Let me try to say this clearly, and concisely: Telling students that they are “Gifted and Talented” does them an incredible disservice.  All students are … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

Lost and Found There isn’t a simple way to say Walking through the mossy forest Damp with dew and life anew Mud and chorus frogs and mushroom tops And a better world dripping from the leaves What I’m really feeling … Continue reading

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The Art of Saying Goodbye

The Art of Saying Goodbye That golden morning, the world seemed Poised and perfect, picturesque As dew on grass from sunlight gleamed Beneath a sky both warm and cold Waves on beaches washed ashore Stranded serpents, strangled silence And tiny … Continue reading

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old poetry that is neither wonderful nor terrible

Back in the day, I used to write poetry all the time.  Some of it was pretty awful, as I’m pretty sure is mandatory for teenagers.  But some of it was, looking back, kind of amazing.  I don’t know how … Continue reading

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