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1802 Upper Canada, a young French Catholic man and a young English Methodist girl meet and fall in love, but the girl's father forbids her to marry him unless the young man changes everything about himself from French to English---language, names, customs, traditions, religion...What will he do? Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

October 29, 2021

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Comments: 5

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Poem / Poetry

September 19, 2021

A candid take on our world’s prospects, from my perspective. Read More
A poem about the youth in South Africa who are abusing drugs and partaking in a hedonistic lifestyle. Read More
a political and spiritual essay about the hypocrisy called life. Read More
A narrative based on the Pantsula Culture in South Africa about how it originated in the ghetto townships of Soweto, and why it was used as a form of expression in the Apartheid era. A series about subordination and an urge to escape emotional segregation because of cultural enslavement imposed… Read More
A narrative based on the Pantsula Culture in South Africa about how it originated in the ghetto townships of Soweto, and why it was used as a form of expression in the Apartheid era. A series about subordination and an urge to escape emotional segregation because of cultural enslavement imposed… Read More
A narrative based on the Pantsula Culture in South Africa about how it originated in the ghetto townships of Soweto, and why it was used as a form of expression in the Apartheid era. A series about subordination and an urge to escape emotional segregation because of cultural enslavement imposed… Read More

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Comments: 1

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You are cordially invited! | Welcome to the most colorful, one of a kind, widely anticipated festival of the Philippines: Dinagyang Festival 2021. As per tradition, I write an essay about my home town's annual festival whenever it comes around. It's my way of celebrating and giving back, as well… Read More

Short Story / Non-Fiction

January 17, 2021

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Comments: 2

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Young Marine discovers new friends and a new culture far from home. Read More

Tags: culture, okinawa

I can not see you, therefore you can not see me Read More

Book / Fantasy

April 11, 2020

Reads: 259

Shelves: 1

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SMILE CHANGES EVERYTHING CAN IT EVEN TURN THE WORLD INTO MAGIC READ TO EXPLORE Read More

Tags: magic, myth, culture, spell

Marriage is tough, for sure. When love is exhausted, hatred arises, and we curse death upon the other half. Noah Baumbach's Marriage Story (2019) sets an excellent example, if you have watched the film. But what if there isn't any love in the first place? What if this marriage is… Read More
What do sex and homosexuality mean to an 11 year-old girl? Read More
A little history on the life of a shaman in the northern paiute culture. Read More

Reads: 246

Comments: 6

The The Imaginarium House

Cover image: Fotografierende on Unsplash Read More

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Comments: 1

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When ignorance prevails, chaos ensues. One is not actually born until finding the inherent soul of independence. Read More
Hello everyone! So this is a very informal yet serious analysis. I'm trying to break through some musical prejudices that exist in our society, in a way that gets to people regardless of their knowledge or feelings towards the korean band BTS. I decided to work on this essay because… Read More

Essay / Other

October 16, 2019

Reads: 955

Comments: 1

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ag-W1x2sjA4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgbO9KmGPCA Read More

Tags: culture

On the 26th of September, 2019, one of Nigeria’s famous rapper, singer-songwriter, actor and recording artist Sound Sultan through his verified twitter handle @soundsultan tweeted a picture with images of black women in 1968 and 2013, drawing out the break in value as depicted in the their dressings and what… Read More
On the 26th of September, 2019, one of Nigeria’s famous rapper, singer-songwriter, actor and recording artist Sound Sultan through his verified twitter handle @soundsultan tweeted a picture with images of black women in 1968 and 2013, drawing out the break in value as depicted in the their dressings and what… Read More

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