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Power

When I think of power, I envision someone
Who can move mountains
In a poor, famine country he can build a fountain
Giving people free blissful water

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How I Healed with Help

By SC My life has changed so much over this last year and a half I have a machine “ICD” connected to my heart – I’ve entered the weak heart draft Started out so weak, so, so very ill, so, so sick I could hear the timer on the bomb connected to my explosive heart tick Not…

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On The Same Page Group Poem: My Home

We had an amazing On the Same Page session last week with the Georgetown University First-Year Orientation to Community Involvement (FOCI) program, which introduces incoming Georgetown students to social justice issues and opportunities for service and social change in Washington, DC. To close the session, the FOCIans (as they like to be called) and our…

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Mamma

By GB   The woman that raised me since birth, the same woman that cleaned me after I’ve been playing in dirt. She read me stories, then tucked me into bed, and when I done wrong, she’d never hesitated to go across my head. When I was ill or came down with a cold, she…

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