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The Eighth Day

Marius was closed so Jake strolled on down from Heritage Square in search of a friendly looking coffee shop. He enjoyed his early morning heart starter almost to the point where it had become compulsory. 1,054 more words

Essays & Short Stories

This is 30

So this is 30. I’ve been coming to terms with this concept for the past two-plus weeks. It crept up so stealthily, save for a couple new wrinkles and some rougher hangovers. 507 more words

It's Glamorous

Poets and the Society : In search of the discontinuous

Poetry is like any forms of art that constructs its own structure around the experiences. Poets undertake this task with an abstract sense of beauty. Communicative possibilities, whether verbal or vocal, has a definitive role in their aesthetics. 226 more words


"Total Eclipse" by Annie Dillard (from Teaching a Stone to Talk)

I began by thinking I could review this essay, but I can’t. Annie Dillard and the force of these words here are too much for my limited powers of communication. 16 more words


How To... make a great salad.

At the moment I am living off salads. Love them. But too often people go wrong with salads, especially for weight loss. Either they’re just a pile of tasteless leaves or they’re so swimming in dressing, croutons, mayo, cheese or other calorific foods that they’re no better than any other lunch. 645 more words

Recipe Corner


It’s all been said and done. There’s nothing you can do now. Yet, you keep going over it in your mind as though you could potentially do something about it. 329 more words