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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Here is a free verse poem that I just composed about a week ago, after looking at a raindrop clinging to the outside of a window. I hope you all enjoy it! A Raindrop Once I found the world, Reflected … Continue reading
A short review of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea for any fellow bibliophiles! The first book on my reading list for this summer (at least the first one I got around to reading – I don’t have a specific … Continue reading
I wrote this essay recently in response to the following quotation, taken from Thomas Paine’s Rights of Man. I wrote it in only forty minutes, as practice for the AP English Language and Composition exam. I thought an essay would … Continue reading
I have so far only posted my free verse poetry, so I thought this time I would publish a poem in a more regular style (after all, with a name like Serendipity, this blog should be less predictable!). Here is … Continue reading