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By Brittney Rigby Last night, it felt like you and I had come apart, like Nothing was forever and hope had tiptoed From our hearts And hidden itself But tonight, our lips brought us back together We breathed every: I’m sorry, I’ll be better into one another without saying a …

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Thinking in Black & White

By Zara Khan You developed these abstract thoughts In my mind Of a life that was so divine Like a photograph, that I could not call mine Maybe you are right. Maybe This is the Grand Design – Eating away at walls, until one beckons Thee And everything falls.

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By Charlotte Goodsir Let me see. Alas, poor Twenty Fifteen I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest; of more plot twists than Game of Thrones. He hath told me mine Anaconda want not a thousand times and now how abhorred in my imagination it is, my Hotline Bling! …

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By Toby Walmsley Allie was a man who in his youth nearly drowned in the stream by the town. It was a small but vivid stream. It was at chest height for an average man standing, but was only seven metres across. He was collecting smooth river stones to bring …

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Wealthy Elite Bring Destruction to the table

By Gene Brownlie Earlier this year, Oxfam released a report, An Economy for the 1%, which found that the richest 62 individuals in the world own more wealth than the bottom 50% of the global population. Figures cited in the report also showed that wealth inequality has been accelerating rapidly. …

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