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Random First Lines:A compendious and concise analysis of Sir Walter Raleigh's masterpiece: 'The Soul's Errand.' » Read
Honestly I'm just getting my thoughts out on the internet machine - thoughts about college, stress, education, femininity, and how much I suck at being a woman.
By Alan Fashion
So many people worry today about worry. But is there something they are worrying about that should concern them. Or that is going on the background they are not fully aware of but would like to bring to the forefront. Maybe there is. The author suggest that there are genuine reasons some worry....
just some random thoughts on femininity and the image.
By Lady Delyriah
Rather than plead for grace, "Dear Delyriah" is a call of power in oneself midst the harsher moments of life, albeit it continues with the dark fantasy allure of its counterpart "Beyond Paradise". However, while in "Beyond Paradise" Delyriah is but a butterfly, in "Dear Delyriah" her concept is...
By Georgina V Solly
As the title suggests this is tale about a problem of identity, together with its solution.
A story about a young Indian girl from colonial times. It follows simultaneously the story of the liberation of a nation from it's colonial oppressors and the birth of a child also born from the lust of the colonials.
This is a mix of flutuation, the building of self through sensual relationships. The feelings of worship and surrender, to each other, to the energy so ignightingly primordial and fire like...so ecstatic and so, so - sorry lost my words there lol.
I mention the female goddesses Shakti and...
By Charlotte Jayne
Just a few of the qualities that define women.
Ode to a burlesque dancer in iambic pentameter.