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The Time of My Life

“Time of Our Lives” by Tyrone Wells is a song that is filled with joy, hope for the future, and a touch of sadness. When I first heard and danced to it I felt the same about it. I thought … Continue reading

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Aestheticism vs. Morality in Literature: Do Books Possess Morals?

Camryn Dunlap “There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book.” – Oscar Wilde This aphorism was written by Oscar Wilde in the preface of his novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray. Oscar Wilde was a believer … Continue reading

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“Memory Suspended” by Camryn Dunlap

“Memory Suspended” by Camryn Dunlap As I am tossed in every direction, As life sends one wave after the next This is what I remember. This is what I long for. This moment is frozen. A piece of time bobbing forth … Continue reading

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