Monthly Archives: August 2017

The Daily

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The Donald and Jackson

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RIP Poetry

How important is metered verse? Does it matter if it’s written in hexameter and quatrains? How about the number of iambs? Perusing online poets at random, it seems pretty apparent that the rules governing poetry do not matter. Poets throughout … Continue reading

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In Silhouette 

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#MOMinority (Op-Ed)

Welcome to a place near hell’s demesne. Missouri is a deeply disturbing place to live. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People warns African-Americans about even stepping foot in MO. They are right. Discrimination is normal in this … Continue reading

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