Category: Writing & Language

When I Am Dust

To the darkness I would have never turned, if it had not been for such a crime unjust, though you grow within a home unearned, what shall you do when I am dust? On my vital essence you feast and dine, growing round and plump with your greedy lust, bathing yourself in my heart’s red wine, on

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Tickle a Brain

“I don’t see any use in having a uniform and arbitrary way of spelling words. We might as well make all clothes alike and cook all dishes alike. Sameness is tiresome; variety is pleasing. I have a correspondent whose letters are always a refreshment to me, there is such a breezy unfettered originality about his

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