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The Growing Biofuel Industry

Written by:  Krysta Ryan The Growing Biofuel Industry Earth has provided mankind with many resources of great importance and significance such as the necessary commodities for survival, air, water, and food.  The world’s environment has a rich biodiversity of raw materials, minerals, and resources which has aided in the growth of our modern civilization.  The … Continue reading

President Trump Tweets..“Negative Polls are Fake News.”

President Trump Tweets..“Negative Polls are Fake News.”
The tweeting Chief in charge, is the first President to have the technologies and communication abilities of social media. Continue reading

Cyber-Mortality..When I am an Old Lady

I collect Literature from times in my life in some hopes of needing some burst of inspiration. Increasingly bothersome the shuffle of printed material seems ecologically daunting in a digitally intense world. There is something uniquely different in a scribbled side note of a lost notebook. When I am an Old Woman Inspired By: The … Continue reading

A Worn Path…. I feel the journey

In the short story “A Worn Path” by Eudora Welty, (1941), the character Phoenix Jackson is on a journey that due to her age and health shows her true determination and sacrifice. The writer highlights the characters socioeconomic status by using imagery such as “bleached sugar cane apron”(Clugston,2014.) This symbolizes her long labor intensive life. … Continue reading

Digital Mayhem

I once was in love with a girl named Poetry……..
Cyber affects of Words & the Socialization of Digital Identities.. Continue reading

EMOTION + FEELING= A Word……….

Poetry appears suddenly, an imaginary expression that some scholars insist………….. “is inside of us all.“ So why do my concepts on Poetry seem frozen in a childlike cocoon? The rotten candy-coated phrases of my youth, a decay that lies between a tooth, Still licking, slick a wicked taste, a feasting in the moon……. a delicacy, the … Continue reading

Ughhhh…. An Abbreviated Hatred

Could it be? Literature lost digitally…words inevitably affect my psyche Lost meaning, flattened words construct a fake social entity. So ¾ a message lost in internet time, a symbolic message is transformed to emoji slime, My English falls like a victim to crime, Its all this @#$%^&* a filthy grime.

The Adjectives in a fight

“Lame, Boring, Selfish, Rude… Smart is the only thing you got going for you.” Somone screamed These are simple words…We learn them early in life through that dreaded process I always bring up…Socialization. The words we say mean something, the way we utilize this knowledge is the demon spawn in fights with loved ones. The strongest … Continue reading

Lucid

I needed not to love you—-except because you are you. I go from fond of you, to not so fond of you….from waiting patiently. To not wanting to wait….mad My heart moves cold into the fire and you can feel the  temperature,  quickly to boil. I dream of you blindly, stealing my heart as soon as … Continue reading

Nadine Gordimer & Patricia Smith

Adolescent Characters in Literature: Coming of age Conflicts   Adolescent Characters in Literature: Coming of age Conflicts Cultural rifts that occur within adapting societies present conflicts and issues in complex variations when dealing with the human condition. Literature historically has been a learning tool for children and adults during their socialization stages of life. The … Continue reading

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Music, Sensor Trigger

Ironically, the power of music is rarely discussed as a medium to share messages, but it is very powerful in influencing human behavior and aids in critical thinking. The arrangement of musical sounds, depending on intensity, the music alone can trigger sensories, to cause a human response. In other words,  musical sounds provide a rhythm […]

Why storms are named after people?

Do not fall in love with people like me. I will take you to museums, and parks, and monuments, and kiss you in every beautiful place, so that you can never go back to them without tasting me like blood in your mouth. I will destroy you in the most beautiful way possible. And when […]

Local Cincinnati School Allows Digital Devices in Classroom

Cincinnati School District creates a Bring Your Own Device Policy or BYOD.

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