Monthly Archives: February 2014

What Never Heals

This second grader learned not to trust his loved ones. They taught him third degree burns on his arm, leg, and ear. He was burned in public by his mother and a metal pipe. They taught him what never heals… … Continue reading

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Halli and I

When I first met Halli, I hung curtains over the windows to keep her from seeing me. So she shut off my electricity to keep me from seeing anything. The first morning with her, I paused at the front door. … Continue reading

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Akon Turns Hip Hop Hindi

America’s most lucrative export is cultural media.  One of the many phenomena that originated in America and spread to the world is Hip Hop music. I’m certain that Hip Hop has been in India since its first début thirty years … Continue reading

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The Bucket

Cleaning my laundey in a bucket I realized, I can wash out the smell easily, but I can’t remove to the stains. There are a choices however, accept them as lessons learned, buy new clothing, or wear both! My old … Continue reading

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A Meager Meal

There is a hollow in the students that we can not fill from outside. We could never bring their loved ones back, change their wombs, or clear away the dirt that they live in. They hunger for a life without … Continue reading

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Somethings Never Change

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