Blue has no standards
Blue can lighten to white, and darken to black
Blue does not hide or linger; blue is exact.
Either take flight in cyan, skyles
Weve made a mistake, I love you-this you know.
But why do you always feel the need to fight, then go?
Sorrow and Pain.
I feel like a skitzer in need of cocaine.
Im quite addicted, you see.
To you, and t
Katlyn U.~Pierce 1
Its silent. A little too silent, I think to myself, in the midst of paralysis. Im used to sleeping to
wailing car alarms and hissing cat showdowns throughout the night, but to
Is there a life after death?
Is there a life to retrieve?
Is this a life that were living?
Or are we simply a dream?
The worlds rotating whether your like it or not.
Some people deal better with a kiss and a shot.
So you can have a gun,
Or you can ha
What Goes Around Comes Around
I tell you, what goes around comes around
Karma is a dog, and preys like a hound
And forever with you, it will remain
Wiser to avoid, and stay in your lane
Sob silently now, do not make a sound
You give your love and trust li
The following annotated abstract cannot be used by any student; it is an example only.
Oedipus, the King
Sophocles. Oedipus, the King. The Norton Anthology of World Literature, Second Edition. Ed. Sarah
Lawall. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2002. 612-6
(A05 Sensory Experiences & Imagery)
There are two parts to this exercise, to be done in two distinct stages, meaning that the first part must be
submitted before the second. Submit the completed parts of this document through
identifying the title and author/poet/dramatist,
providing a short summary, and then an appraisal,
critique, or observation concerning the selected work
"Trifles" by Susan Glaspell is a very interesting play which can definitely be
viewed through a femini
Cubing Project [CP]
For this assignment, you will prepare Works Cited entries and some form of outline or rough notation
discussing a poem in the textbook [whatever format and content necessary for you to make sense of what you
are working with]. The fina
CUBING EXERCISE (SECOND PAPER) INSTRUCTIONS: For this assignment, you will prepare Works Cited entries and
some form of outline or rough draft discussing a selected poem of your choice from the textbook or, with
permission from the instructor, from some o
Put off the pretense of decency and civility; let the lovers
Take off the gown, lay it aside;
Weve days ahead to talk and share.
Come, night awaits; sleep by my side!
get on with loving. [Is the gown referring to a
wedding gown, night gown, or symbolic of
Discussing The Wind written by James Stephens in 1915. (540) James Stephenss life was
1862 1950. He is an Irish poet and fiction writer, b. Dublin. One of the leading figures of Irish
literary renaissance. S
Create two original postings concerning poetry selections, showing quality use of imagery,
tropes, or language [wording] or lack thereof; showing quality use sounds and rhythms or lack
thereof; and showing quality use of form - closed, visual [pattern or
"Trifles Article." Trifles Article. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
"Trifles" by Susan Glaspell is a very interesting play which can definitely be viewed through a
feminist lens. Throughout the entire play we are able to see the typical male versus
Hamlet and His Hatred
Sometime around 1599, William Shakespeare wrote one of his masterpieces, Hamlet, the
tragedy of the prince of Denmark. In the play, there are only two female characters, Gertrude and
Ophelia. Gertrude, the Queen of Denmark, is portra