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A review of the latest book by Pope Francis, in which he sets out a very personal vision of how the world can recover from the pandemic. Read More
The following is an attempt to explore the complexities I have observed in education over the last decade. It is not meant to be a definitive source, but rather a thought experiment, exploring many dynamics of education with various hypotheses about how it could work. I don’t have any formal… Read More

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Poem / Other

December 07, 2020

Photo Credit: Photo by Kirill Balobanov on Unsplash I would also like to state that the views expressed in this poem have no affiliation with the photographer. This poem is purely my own work! Read More
This was written in 1998 for a high school English class. About being a rebel and a pain of feeling like you don’t belong in this world! Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 06, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

A poetry about what happens when you are separated from a group where you are living. After all pains you are said to be NOTHING. But in response you say that there is SOMETHING!!! Enjoy reading :-) P.S. I'd like to hear your comments. Read More

Poem / Young Adult

December 04, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

Wide, but too wide? Read More

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Poem / Flash Fiction

November 19, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

What have we become? Read More

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I wanted to originally create a poem akin to Paul Hunt's Night Diary, that used to be read to me as a child. If you have never read it before, I'd definitely recommend it. It is a short book but it is truly beautiful. The perspective of this poem is… Read More
We live in a time of cosmic bifurcation, we live in a time of unprecedented existential threats to life on Earth, including climate change, deforestation, food insecurity, and wildlife numbers in free fall, human overpopulation. the society is in turmoil. There is more and more violence. There’s more and more… Read More
I am part of nature, and nature is part of me. I am what I am in my communication and communion with all living things. I am an irreducible and coherent whole with the web of life on the planet. Nature, the human community and the universe is connected with… Read More
Roe vs Wade entered the American consciousness as a remedy to allow women legal access to abortion in dire situations--when pregnancy might cause death, or when pregnancy was the result of sexual assault. Glommed on to by feminists, the left, and celebrities, abortion became a "right," although the first right… Read More
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This is a shovel poem I wrote a few years ago. If you do not know, a shovel poem is when you take a sentence, (in this instance, I took a sentence from Stephen King's: IT) and you make every word the last word of every line of your new… Read More

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Bleakness ahead Read More

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What's wrong? Read More

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This is the beginning of a book exploring education's role in society. It is purposefully written with names that are ambiguous, so that it is difficult to tell how old the speaker is or what gender or race they are, etc. The goal is to put the focus on the… Read More

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Based on an actual incident at a harbor where I saw a girl and a homeless... It is new style of my writing too. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

The big roll-back Read More

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