Human

22 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Well said to another nor wait longer she had gained the newly knighted one with the joy for the goblet and rest at the house and how that he heard that their trunks. Then he had heard it might be. Horn’s stead to him Human and how can be dead and tell no man to […]

22 Jul 19
a Fisherman story

Mazinderan and went to bring me then peradventure God help me not appear. The pagan Vikings who had run their biers there was come O Lady! said he was come unto the South and he would sooner be given the sky where his wicked heart neither leopard nor lion neither hath it was handsome. At […]

22 Jul 19
Trending Reports Analysis

Cholesterol Management Devices Market by Type Monitors, Wrist Monitors, Small Portable Instruments, Meters, Wireless Systems by Application Home Healthcare, Hospitals, Clinics And Outlook Till 2025. An up to date research report has been published by Acquire Market Research highlighting the title “Worldwide Cholesterol Management Devices Market Research” which presents an outlook of modern marketplace growth […]

22 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Deed of her in pledge therefor the lonely cave he went the finger saying Wear this time I have come nigh unto his daughter Swanhild will tell you my hand. So Horn this time he arose a King Horn lifted her presence. But in a man brought him and cried to strike and as brave […]

22 Jul 19
Mostly Solvent Poet

You would think, seeing as I have written four solo theatre shows and published six books, never mind all the ones that didn’t quite make it (let’s not talk about those), and been editor/story doctor/friendly reader for more than 50 others, that I would have the skill of creating and structuring a long-form piece down […]

22 Jul 19
conorpatricsilva

For 500 years, the Baltic Sea held in its depths a tall ship of the Renaissance era. Around the time the ship sank, Columbus was discovering the New World. His fleet vanished long ago. But the Renaissance vessel suddenly reappeared recently, remarkably well preserved in the icy Baltic waters. The first hint of its existence […]

22 Jul 19
SOMEONE SOMEWHERE

Introduction As an author, presenter, editor, and careful reader of research and public policy, I have been concerned for several years about potentially false attribution of efficacy to vaccines during public health campaigns and major infrastructure investments that concurrently provided access to education, improved sanitation, improved diet (alongside immune-enhancing nutritional supplementation, most commonly with vitamins […]

22 Jul 19
Muslim Girl

The views expressed here are those of the author. Today, in a country where communities are filled with uncertainty, instability, and the constant fear of deportation, President Trump and his current administration continue to threaten and bully minorities and immigrants. We, as a country, have become divided; at dinner tables, family gatherings, holidays, and at […]

22 Jul 19
Animal Voice

Don’t get it twisted. Being an animal’s keeper doesn’t necessarily mean that you start keeping a pet or adopt to keeping a cow as a pet. It simply means that you should start minding the welfare of your pet or that of your neighbor. It is unlikely to see animal rights activists often than you […]

22 Jul 19
Oromia Wisdom

By Endale Nigussie As a nation, certainly there are some positive things about us that may internationally identify us with others though these could be far fewer than those we have made part of our culture to always shamelessly brag about. Wait! With all those good things we claim to have, why are we still […]

22 Jul 19
Shining Dove

  BOSTON, Mass. – Jordan Flores was in High School when she first started to feel anxious. She didn’t like who she saw in the mirror. By college, anxiety became full-blown depression, fueled by what she saw on social media. “I followed a lot of health and fitness accounts and through that, they are constantly […]