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Poetry Reading: If You Could Fix Me, by Melissa R. Mendelson

Performed by Elizabeth Rose Morriss  Get to know the poet: 1) What is the theme of your poem? They say that what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger, but what about the pieces, the scars left behind? What about … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: IF YOU COULD FIX ME, by Melissa R. Mendelson

If somebody could fix me,  I wouldn’t know where to begin.   The mechanics of my heart  might be beyond repair,  and the confusion in my brain   may have erased any hopes  of remembering the dreams  that I wanted to create.  … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Maybe, There Is Still Hope, by Melissa R. Mendelson

  Do we still believe in miracles? Do we still believe in ourselves, that maybe we are meant to do something than just live an ordinary life, and all the struggle that we have endured was to lead us to … Continue reading

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