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By: J.D. Bundun Michelle Obama a woman of caliber, grace, beauty and pride Serving a nation her country her people, united as one and divided as one Nothing but grace ...

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Sorry04/07/12

 

By: William Hollingshead Sorry My pillow is cold with your embrace. You are a dove in a room full of ravens. I wait with bated breath Holding an olive branch. ...

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Faith04/07/12

 

By: Marquise Jones Faith I have high faith, i have arrogant hope My faith is the only thing that helps me coop To understand i have blessings to come Even ...

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By: Anthony DeSantis   A boy and his mother undulated over the chlorine sea and an exact moment: learning to swim, remembering breath. Only the sounds of liquid existed. They ...

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Time to Ponder04/07/12

 

By: Teresa Morrow As I take time to ponder I let my mind wander Are you watching over me now?   I think of those moments we spent And how ...

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By: Lois Carlisle Sunk down in the couch with Jon in the recliner next to me. A red-head’s missing years playing out before us as though on a stage but ...

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Home04/07/12

 

By: Nandita Karambelkar   Growing up alone, he spent his childhood under the pear-ripe leaves of trees, watching a river or two flow by.  His only friends: the black and blue-coated ...

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Bound by Eternity04/07/12

 

By: Grace Dudley The suffering you must go through I guess I never really knew Caught up in my own life to see how deep your pain must truly be ...

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Burn04/07/12

 

By: Justin Jones Everything in this world makes its debut in darkness. But with all life comes the dawning of light, which provides us with the gift of knowledge. On hands and knees we make this world our own; our insight ever vigilant of what’s new to come. Life brands in us the inescapable truth we must all face; every second, our heart beats one step closer to death. With age we become wiser, with age we become brittle. Our organ’s h...

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Nature Wakes04/07/12

 

By: Marita Rahlenbeck Nature sings as it wakes up from winter slumber It shouts and calls for rebirth The birds tweet and caw and tease They sing and chirp and flit ...

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