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O’America By: Anab Aden O’ America, the land of the opportunities They say “anything is possible, if you just believe”
Growing up like any other kid i had to have “the talk”. You know the talk when they explain that people will automatically assume that your ignorant, thunderous, and bombastic because your 10 shades darker than them. Or you know the talk when you
Andrew argued angrily about what allegedly occurred.
Jimmy was smashed by his giant wings
Another child. Another friend. Another son. Another daughter. Another neighbor. Another cousin. Another mother. Another father. Another lover. Another classmate.
It sounds like heavy rainfall Water burdened by the iron that colors it Graffiti sketch its hue splattered backdoor streets Red and blue lights illuminating the darkness
we are under the comfort that blooming flowers are bright that they shine like stars in a glistening night-- that they are good and small, like a beacon of light-- but we can't tell what's a flower