Soon After My College Graduation, a novel fragment Soon after my college graduation, I became engaged to Harold.
I was Thirteen the First Time I Had to Lie to the Police to Protect Someone I Loved, a short story
I was thirteen, in my first year of high school, and one afternoon I was home watching TV by myself while my mother went to pick up my little brother from nursery school. The doorbell rang: a police officer stood outside, tall and broad and scary. He had gleaming handcuffs and an oily looking gun…
try reading this while listening to gregorian chants: offertoria
Originally posted on Complete Health Circle:Here is a poem I wrote in February of 2011. Rememberings of a Dream Long Ago
Send me away on a boat of spices &herbs,
floating away with the perfume of incense.
A sailing pyre of lament and hope for the future.
The realms diverge and converge on the ocean…
Lillie Mae was the first person, other than her mother, Ella remembered being in love with. She chewed gum, had a gold front tooth, wore long, dark auburn wigs, bright and warm against her dark brown skin.
Originally posted on hipmonkey:Monsanto Position Individual Federal Position Senior Vice President for Clinical Affairs at G.D. Searle and Co. (merged with Monsanto) Michael A. Friedman Acting Commissioner of the FDA Consultant to Searle’s Public Relation Firm (merged with Monsanto) Arthur Hull Hayes Previously FDA Commissioner Top Monsanto Scientist, oversaw approval of rBGH Margaret Miller…
MY LAWYER MADE ME DO IT Steven Lubet 05‑01‑2003 Sooner or later, nearly every lawyer has to confront some variant on the dilemma of zealous representation.
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