Love

  Love is a strong hand holding you in a storm Love is an outside warmth when the inside is cold Love is quiet Love is still Love is rest Love is calm Love is a haven a fortress against the storm that is living Love is a beacon Love is a sunrise reminding you…

Plea to Moirai

Weaving silk galaxies Milky way made futures It is a big big sky And now these planets feel the long awaited gravity Pulling them together Pummeling forward, yet orbiting At a pace that seems to distance each heartbeat Til it may seem they’re suspended Couldn’t these orbits spin faster Oh weavers of time? Could those…

Untitled

Recoil Return to start Pendulum swings But it’s a good motion Return to sender Goodbye song Let’s just live on letters Just hinge feelings in text And be untouched by what’s next The things that live and leap and pass us Like lightening bugs and shooting stars Here, gone Sweet, sour, bitter, bland, forgotten Or…

Pollen

Does seeing young love kindle the warmth of those bound in that weathering truest union? Those in a marriage of years with the indent of rings upon fingers and eyes speaking volumes for angry, joyous or asking minutes. Those two. Do they see young love and catch some of that sentiment like a sneeze? Are…

Nora Ephron & Cioux

Introduction There have not been many direct applications of feminist criticism on the 1989, Nora Ephron film When Harry Met Sally. Many examinations of the movie focus on how enjoyable the movie is or how it reflects the lives of the people who made it. Feminism positively asserts itself in the movie through the career…

The Beetle

Anna Jones ENG 6938 1 Dec. 2009 Final Exam 1) In Robert Marsh’s The Beetle, a company of protagonists struggle against the ideological apparatuses of economic, social, and political relations that begin as their primary situations, but fall prey to the greater danger of the religious apparatus created by the Egyptian cult of the children…