An Essay On John Muir & William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth, in one of his literary works, said, “Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.”

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Birds of A Feather Flock Together

via Daily Prompt: Distant


“Donny…are you okay?” Anya’s concerned gaze burned through Donny’s back. He scoffs and turns to look at his older sister. “Of course I’m okay Anya. How can you even ask that? Our sister just left us, just like Dad!” His dark brown eyes glare harshly at Anya, who flinches, her equally dark eyes moving to the floor. Continue reading “Birds of A Feather Flock Together”

An Essay On Book Banning

Books. The gateway to knowledge and imagination. Everyone loves books, no matter your age! Books have a way of evoking emotion through the reader, and taking them to places they’ve never been. And yet, there’s hundreds of books banned in the U.S., most of them written by people of color and various racial backgrounds, Continue reading “An Essay On Book Banning”

A Mother’s Love

When I saw that woman verbally abusing her son, watching the tears well up in his eyes as those ugly words came out of his ugly mother’s mouth, I felt rage bubble up inside me, toppling over until I saw red. I wanted nothing more than to shout out at her, to call out all of her flaws, as she was doing now to her son. She pushed and shoved him, ignoring the tears rushing down his face. I wanted to tell her that she wasn’t important, that she deserved to have the worst thing happen to her. But, I couldn’t. What can a paralyzed boy do, confined to his hospital bed, unable to even help himself? I sighed, and looked away from the window. “I’m sorry. I know how you feel.” I clench my fists, looking at my burned legs, covered with cool bandages. “My mother hurt me too.” I wiped a stray tear away from my face, and slip into unconsciousness.