Monthly Archives: April 2000

Mother

Few and far between Are times that I look back Remember what my soul has seen How you kept us on track The path we took was sometimes rough You helped us find our way Making sure we had enough … Continue reading

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Apathy

With all of the election events happening (congratulations, by the way, to those lucky candidates selected to have another student government activity to list on their resume), I’ve been considering what my stance should be politically. Am I a liberal … Continue reading

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Agony

I dreamt last night of kissing youTaste so right and feel so trueWaking I know what to doAnd I cannot be with you Why do I long to see you smileAnd cast me off into exileWhy my soul I will … Continue reading

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The Origins of Coffee Consumption

Each night, before I go to bed, I go through a certain routine. This usually involves changing into my pajamas and washing my face. More importantly, though, I go through the process of preparing my coffeemaker for the next morning. … Continue reading

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