What happened to your voice?your thoughts are jackals, yetWhat happened to your voice?2 days ago in Free Verse More Like This
their twilight howls sound like cries
in your head;
you have been finding yourself
while trying not to sound so
so, Dear Heart,
you can write.
you stopped wearing your words
on your wrist
& all that hair you chopped off
this day a year ago, refuses
to grow back.
you turn, try to decode
your encyclopedia of powerful
spines, tearing at the pages
you wrote them upon.
angry, You were so angry.
nothing but an untamed, wild thing
you leave collared & quiet
in a cage.
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Today I learned that Pluto is a PlanetIn the fourth grade, I was told under no uncertain terms that Pluto was a planet. There were nine of them: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Neptune, Uranis, and Pluto. If you missed one of them on the exam, you'd be knocked down 11.1 repeating points. You could not get an A on this exam, if you did not know that Pluto was a planet. I was told that Christopher Columbus sailed on three ships to prove that the world was round. Under no uncertain terms were these stone cold facts.Today I learned that Pluto is a Planet9 hours ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
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