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Not Converting, Not I, The Non-Conformist by Jessica Ni Leacai

How bliss is made in such divine foolishness, Does it pang your brain if heavy thought was spent? Should these emotes flow beyond basic happiness, Would it perplex your reflexes as so disturbed? Could deeply you deem darkness a shallowness, … Continue reading

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A Mother Left These Scars in Her Wake by Jessica Ni Leacai

This exploited effort has left me hallowed and hardened. Yet we know not needfully of what our purpose is proposed. And how dust dances around my feet so frequently All ┬áthese sounds surfacing like my metallic notes of memoirs. Their … Continue reading

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