Weary

I can see, in the mirror, How every drop of youth is gone. The dull glaze now which covers The eyes I once loved. I can feel it creeping in The slow knowledge which comes With realizing your heart Is burdened with doubt. A constant battle is fought When your faith is misguided Or maybe […]

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Will

Is it the plight Of some young, wayward Soul To ride along the desert Alone? Or maybe, instead, They might take to the Seas. The waves their companions No direction in stone, Just a pull of a string. Would they search for Salvation In the light of the stars, Find love in the heart Of […]

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Me

Hello It’s me No, not Adele, I’m not on the otherside. I’m here. On your side. Here to love. To grow. To own. To destroy Doubt. Hello It’s me The writer. The lover. The one Me. Hello It’s me Cat mother. Dog mourner. Seeker of the Rainbow road. Hello It’s me. It’s me. Just me. […]

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Thomas Jefferson: The Father of American Archaeology

At a time when archaeology was entirely wrapped up in haphazard artifact collecting under the banner of antiquarianism, Thomas Jefferson blazed a trail that would contribute to the transformation of treasure hunting antiquarianism into the science of archaeology. Through his curiosity and subsequent research, Jefferson posited a hypothesis, applied methodical digging techniques, provided qualitative and […]

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Terracotta Army: Ancient Wonders Rediscovered

            The Terracotta Army of China has slept beneath the hard, dry soils of the Shaanxi province, resting in stoic servitude to the long since passed Emperor Qin Shi Huangdi who commissioned their creation 2,000 years ago.[1] Surrounded by ancient earth, they first reclaimed the light of day in 1974 when […]

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Lone

I’m looking for my soul mate, My hot date, My can’t wait, To get you out of those clothes. I’m aching for that real touch, My hot rush, My heart flush, Over the very sight of you. I’m dreaming of your hard kiss, My hot lips, My deep tryst, Just between me and you. I’m […]

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