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American Soldier in World War II

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T.S Eliot: Timeless Influence on a Modern Generation

I happened to overhear a conversation between two of my drama students- they were supposed to present T.S. Eliot’s work  in English that day, and they thought his poems were both boring and unintelligible. I interjected, and suggested that they … Continue reading

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Fashioned to adorn flawless skin. Tucked into a corner of my gran’s jewelry box. Oh, if objects could speak, or ghosts return. The secrets that are held in these dainty  porcelain flowers might be known: a gift of love or … Continue reading

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The Goddes of love stands aloof Around her life swirls With the wind of Zephyrus Colour magnifies beauty The trees are ripe with fruit Women are round with life An allegory Lacking the beauty of passion and lust Cupid is … Continue reading

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You breeze past me daily Oblivious Numb To the secrets that I contain I have become a normal routine Invisible But I am golden- gilded For those with eyes to see, I contain the memory of forgotten places Colour rich … Continue reading

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