An open letter written by Caitlin Moran for every girl (and boy) struggling to find themselves. For those who are troubled, who feel like an outcast, who harm themselves to find a drop of happiness, please read this.
This piece is a part of Caitlin's new book, Moranifesto.
What is it you feel when the person you love sends you a Text message? And what is it you feel when your text messages are not answered? How often do we check knowing that there is nothing to check?
These are the ramblings of a young man who, bored…
That Day of Tomorrow is a poem about all that we have to do today in preparation for the next day, which is tomorrow. It was first written in October 1958 under another title and later revised in March 2011 with its present title.
'A Sign for Rain'... a pure African poem that tell of the significant and important of rain (water) in the lives of Africans. Rain (water) is use for both domestic and commercial purposes. Without it, life is meaningless and not worth living.
Enjoy the reading and feel African!
or "Perfection", for you boring people. I just thought it was a catchy title. The first two lines have been stuck in my mind for quite a while now, about time I wrote the rest.
Inspired by my mom worrying way too much about my grades. Disappointed in my B,…