Monthly Archives: July 2018

To The Homeless Man on Michigan Avenue with Swollen Legs

I’m sorry. I’m sorry I pretended to look the other direction, all the while gaping at your legs. Your legs that looked like they should be on a different body. Cracked, dry, swollen to twice the size of your emaciated … Continue reading

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“For which of my bad parts didst thou first fall in love with me?”: How Shakespeare Finally Became Relevant to Me

You know how everyone talks about how Shakespeare is still relevant in this day and age? Well, it’s not that I didn’t believe this, but I never really saw evidence of this in my own life. I couldn’t imagine how … Continue reading

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