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And So I Waited.

Plummet. Everyday I sit and think to myself, “I’ll wait ’til things die down,” But every day things unremittingly accrue, and I begin to drown In my deep and tragic melancholy within the ocean of Black Death, On a raft … Continue reading

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Inspiration on World Poetry Day

Poetry has saved my life. Poetry gives meĀ life. Instead of posting a poem of my own, I am going to share one that I have before. Audre saves me from myself everyday. I find inspiration from this every time I … Continue reading

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The Beginning of the End of the Red-Tape that Binds.

As I sit here with steady streams of distraction in the foreground, my mind can’t help but to fixate on my helplessness. How am I supposed to graduate on time when I can’t even focus on completing courses (much less … Continue reading

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A Moment of Chaos in the Midst of Quiet Oblivion.

Freedom. Rain. “We have to flood the streets like pouring rain. Shout to the rooftops That we refuse to remain Locked in these chainsĀ  of submission tumult and inferiority because now, more than ever we are bound by conformity. The … Continue reading

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Q.U.E.E.N. Featuring Erykah Badu

As I am working on my next blog post after an EXHAUSTING end of my academic year, I’d like to leave you all with a song that has been SO inspiring to me everyday. I will likely be referring to … Continue reading

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