In my culture, women of status used to have their feet bound so that they could hobble around daintily their whole lives.
When I was a kid, I loved stories about big families.
Freedom is a perfect blog topic for Black History Month. African Americans are still searching and fighting for freedom. But that's not all, so are lots of Americans.
(NOTE: This poem is made up of song lyrics. There is an annotated version for the curiouser of the curious.)
In one of the sequels to Anne of Green Gables, the central character, Anne Shirley, mentions to her elders that she would like to live on her own when attending college and not in a dormitory (which i
For better or for worse, I'm in love with freedom. This romance began when I was a child and grew as I grew, becoming the central focus, the beat in my veins, the pulse. For most of my life, I cho
If Shakespeare was right, then poets and madmen have much in common. The all-important difference being that what in madmen is called insanity, in poets is said to be inspiration.
A wisp of hair escapes and we slick it back in place; we find a page running away and we chase it and return it within the confines of a book.
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