Gabriel, The Civil Rights Lawyer’s Tale

by Mark Kodama Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. Martin Luther King, Jr. Letter from the Birmingham Jail The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists […]

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Profile: Business Professional ATL, Veronica Manuel

Hello Everyone! My name is Veronica and I’m a 23 year old, licensed health coverage professional in the metro Atlanta, Ga area. I have several interests but I love playing tennis the most. Business: Business Professional ATL/US Health Agent I offer a variety of services, from creating resumes and cover letters, to writing great health coverage […]

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Book Review: Behold

Behold, Rikke Delhi PJ Review Score: 4/5 3: 🙂 4: 😊 5: 😲  Overview Rikke Dehli is a Danish author of Behold, a poetry collection filled with free verse poetry published in November of 2017. Behold is Rikke Dehli’s first published poetry collection. The cover art is unique and simplistic. It’s a good representation of the poems that […]

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Las Vegas Tales I

Sid Delicious: The Poet’s Prologue The Summer Day Andrew Marvell to His Coy Mistress, “The grave’s a fine and private place,But none, I think, do there embrace.” by Mark Kodama The air brakes hissed and the bus slowly backed into reverse.  As the bus driver left the terminal you could feel the bump as the […]

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5 Reasons You’re Not Getting Your Point Across

Photo Credit: Free-photos It happened again. You just finished arguing with another old high school friend about politics. It ended badly. They unfriended and blocked you. You’re left there, angry and resentful.  This happens all the time across the digital world of social media. Friendships are lost, and people revert further and further into their own […]

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