Costume of Conformity

This essay was sparked by a writing prompt about a treasured article of clothing this Wednesday at the weekly creative writing workshop at Street Roots, an excellent newspaper covering issues relevant to the homeless in Portland, OR, also publishing their writings and allowing them to sell the papers to maintain their lives and build better […]

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Our Special Kind

I’m alone, but it’s OK I’ll find a place to locate I’m so, so used to it Before it was just a bit But now it’s all too much This time card I want to punch Yet you keep calling me back To provide what you and I lack It looks to be different this […]

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