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Book Review: Love and Resistance by Theresa Wolfwood
I first read her poem, For Shaima, few years ago; it was written for an Iraqi girl whom Wolfwood met in 2001 in Baghdad.
Wake up Schools! Students aren't Here to Please the Teachers
Leah K Stewart
Teachers may choose to inspire, mentor, guide or coach their students in their own unique way. This is how a teacher becomes an artist....
How Not to Be a Victim of Life: The Clink
My waiter, the chefs and all the guys at The Clink HMP Brixton appear to be smart, courteous, well trained and as suited to the job as...
This Poem Is A Most Terrifying Insight Into the Mind Of A 9-Year-Old
'Creativity Corner', a spot to share the some of the poetic delights of the younger generation in the L.A Times. At least that's the memo...
Good Advice From John Masefield
My last memory of my famous cousin John Masefield dates from the early 1960s, when I visited him at his home, Burcote Brook, on the Thames...
This Site Turns Your Tweets Into Poetry
Poetweet is a remarkable website that looks through your tweets and turns them into strangely beautiful surrealist poetry. Created in...
Testament of Love: the Life and Times of Edward Brittain
All those great gay heroes, yet what did their country really do for them? Those that opted to stand up to the justice system would be...
We place ourselves on the blank canvas of others' judgment and opinions: longing to be liked, afraid of being hated, desperate for our...
Boshing the Bully Within (Depression)
The bully for many of you, who you either acknowledge or not, is within. He is the dominant, overriding voice who demands your attention...
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I have suffered from bouts of depression for several years. That sentence in itself is one of the best ways to deal with it. To acknowledge...
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So last night my girlfriend and I got stinkingly pissed. We came home and passed out on the bed. I woke up three hours later and went to...
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First World War Poetry
What, exactly, are we meant to feel, if anything, during these centenary remembrance years, if the outstanding images, memories and relics...
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