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Loss

“The thing about old friends is not that they love you, but that they know you. They remember that disastrous New Year’s Eve when you mixed White Russians and champagne and how you wore that red maternity dress until everyone … Continue reading

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The Sacrificial Lambs of Violence

“Senseless slaughter of the innocent In the land of life and liberty A country of brotherly love A melting pot of diversity and acceptance Murder wreaks havoc in the land of plenty Lives taken at the blink of an eye … Continue reading

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A great loss . . .

We loss a great man who always led us to laughter and tears. Now only tears. In Dead Poets Society, Robin Williams plays John Keating, an electric English teacher at an elite all-boys high school. In a quintessential speech, Keating … Continue reading

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Lucky

Some say you’re lucky If nothing shatters it. But then you wouldn’t Understand poems or songs. You’d never know Beauty comes from loss. It’s deep inside every person: A tear tinier Than a pearl or thorn. It’s one of the … Continue reading

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Not altogether lost

“I know that this life, missing its ripeness in love, is not altogether lost. I know that the flowers that fade in the dawn, the streams that strayed in the desert, are not altogether lost. I know that whatever lags … Continue reading

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