Monthly Archives: November 2014

Poem: Alone

So, this is the quiet that you keep. A tranquility awake in the chaos. Do you keep to yourself as you hold to a timeline? Is it inspite of it? Alone. In the beginning and in the end, Who knew … Continue reading

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November 16

I forgot to post this after I wrote it. However, this day lives in infamy, so here is the post two weeks late, nevertheless. November 16 This has got to be the warmest day I’ve experienced since moving to South … Continue reading

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What I’m Thankful For

The Six Things I’m Thankful For This Year I won’t be celebrating Thanksgiving with stuffing and mashed potatoes this year. Nope, this year I’ll be heading to work like it’s a regular Thursday. So, I’m writing this post to acknowledge … Continue reading

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“Guyana, The Land of Many Waters”

After an entire day being held up in my house due to extreme flooding, in the late afternoon, I managed to find a dry path to the road and walked down the street. I overheard one of my neighbors glancing … Continue reading

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“Sir, Her Name is Kitty”

Last week, one of the boys discovered a kitten on the outskirts of the grounds of the orphanage. Right away, I was so worried for the little cat, assuming it would be accidentally killed by the boys who hadn’t proven … Continue reading

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“I Will Show Them What Heaven Looks Like”

There is no such thing as having a bad day. That idea exists, but nothing more. The fact that we as humans can write off an entire day simply because two or three negative things happened is lunacy. Even worse, … Continue reading

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My Classroom

I can’t say I ever thought I would have my own classroom, but now that I have one, I like the idea of taking charge of a class. All of the classes I failed to enjoy in high school and … Continue reading

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