American Tender-Age Detention Center

It took only months for the goal obtained tender age children with cheeks tear-stained. The White House man feels satisfaction creating the child and parent fraction. Put them on the floor, be careful to not hold, the room is clean, hardly any mold. Chain link walls rise from cement floor, no curled razor wire, who … Continue reading American Tender-Age Detention Center

Emmanuel Idaago Odogo

Emmanuel Idaago Odogo: Lagos, Nigeria Poetry is my thing. It lets me express myself in the most creatively captivating way. In poetry, every word is heavily pregnant, and can be beautifully understood in different ways; even in ways different from the poet's, but equally beautiful. As a poet, I can express myself and still be my … Continue reading Emmanuel Idaago Odogo

Manic Monday: Resumé

BY DOROTHY PARKER Razors pain you; Rivers are damp; Acids stain you; And drugs cause cramp. Guns aren’t lawful; Nooses give; Gas smells awful; You might as well live. _____________________ Dorothy Parker, “Resumé” from The Portable Dorothy Parker, edited by Brendan Gill. Copyright 1926, 1928 and renewed 1954, © 1956 by Dorothy Parker. Reprinted with the permission of … Continue reading Manic Monday: Resumé