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  Humans of Florida A narrative poem by Shumona Haque  
21 hours 41 min ago
Meeting people left and right Holding on to who I am so tight   I walk into her class
21 hours 42 min ago
From her head down to her toes, She was skin and bones…and tumors. As the first month commenced, so did the malignancy.
21 hours 42 min ago
It comes around every year but January 2016 was one like no other. I had new goals, new experiences, higher expectations
21 hours 42 min ago
Eric Swearingen                                                        EARLY MORNING FOG  
21 hours 44 min ago
2016 was the year I learned the definition of an anachronism, someone who doesn’t mold into their own time period,
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you used to sing to me in our late nights of truths. love songs that made me uncomfortable,
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The golden light cascading through her window makes a home inside her chestnut-colored hair.
21 hours 49 min ago
I am a wandering rock. Born from a world of fire,
21 hours 51 min ago
the days come and go like an ocean’s waves and I can’t stop them from fading to gray it’s all the same
21 hours 51 min ago

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