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susan-sonnen's picture
Apr.24.2013
Pity not the simple fly,  For he takes offWhile we stay nigh.
hasmukh-amathalal's picture
Oct.18.2011
I am made to rush and pushed to schoolParents want to make intelligent man from foolthey have different idea about their childrenThe school is the best idea o prefer often There is nothing wrong if that is tan age old perceptionIt was carried on since long from the inceptionIt continued for their...
hasmukh-amathalal's picture
Oct.13.2011
  Push to school   I am made to rush and pushed to school Parents want to make intelligent man from fool they have different idea about their children The school is the best idea o prefer often   There is nothing wrong if that is tan age old perception It was carried on since long...
pattie-welek-hall's picture
Feb.04.2011
My oldest son passed away at 22.  What helps me cope when the pain resurfaces are my mother's words of wisdom.  "You child is a gift from heaven.  Your job as a parent is to love him unconditionally, guide him through the tough times, and celebrate his good time, so one day he can grow wings...
talia-carner's picture
Aug.03.2010
      The door is left ajar, and here comes a fly, buzzing in—not as a guest, but rather as a landlord.      The Fly is not the small kind, but rather large, black, and omnipresent. It circles around the room—once, twice, three times—assessing the territory it plans to squat, and in a flash, off it...
savannah-mourao's picture
May.05.2010
For me, learning to fly was more about getting my wings untangled than really going through the smaller motions. I already knew that I could fly, if given the chance, and was eager to prove it. The moment in my life that most epitmozed this metaphor to me was leaving home for school at the awkward...