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Margo T. Rose

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in South Bend, The United States
May 10, 1996

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I am a Starbucks barista, born and raised in South Bend, IN. I have been blogging on singalongblogger.blogspot.com since 2011. "The Words," a collection of the best poetry from that blog, is my first book. It's available here:
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You can contact me at monica.margotrose@gmail.com

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Margo T. Rose Writing allows you to constantly find new ways to express ideas to people. It's not just about coming up with new ideas no one has seen or heard or…moreWriting allows you to constantly find new ways to express ideas to people. It's not just about coming up with new ideas no one has seen or heard or felt before; it's about learning to express the old ideas, the things we have all thought and seen and heard and felt, in new ways. Writing is a way to get people to think, to feel, to laugh, to cry, to feel less alone. And, when you realize you have readers, not only is there a bit of pride in knowing you've accomplished those things, but you feel less alone, too. The connection goes both ways.(less)
Margo T. Rose I am currently reading "The Bell Jar," and I'm planning to finish the "Riddle Master Trilogy." I'd like to read more classics this summer, including…moreI am currently reading "The Bell Jar," and I'm planning to finish the "Riddle Master Trilogy." I'd like to read more classics this summer, including "The Giver," "A Tale of Two Cities," and "The Wind in the Willows." I'm also considering re-reading "Fahrenheit 451," a personal favorite. Earlier this year I took an online linguistics course, so I intend to devote some time to reading more on Linguistics, a subject that has long interested me. Because of book box subscriptions I had this last year, I also have a large collection of YA novels, but I haven't decided which ones to start with yet.(less)
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The Words

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My feelings are my own.They are not the world's to gape at,And they are not yours.I know...I was once comfortableSharing them with you,And I shared them openly.But I am not now,And I have locked them up.That is my right,Because they are mine,And mine alone.They are not the world's to gape at,And they have never been yours.
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“My mind is like a little house,
My peers break into.
They rearrange my furniture,
And the cabinets rifle through.
They throw things out;
They put things in,
And erase the writing on the wall,
And by the time that they walk out,
It's not my mind at all.”
Margo T. Rose, The Words

“You know that I love you quite a lot --
But sometimes... not. Sometimes not.
I don't know why.
I guess I
Just hate you sometimes,
Because sometimes I even hate myself,
And she loves you.”
Margo T. Rose, The Words

“We met at a cross-roads in life,
But we were going different directions.
We were part of each other's lives,
But only for a moment.
The first person that you meet in life
Won't necessarily be the one who's forever.
Just look at you and me,
And it's not hard to see that
This is the moment before life goes on.
We are still friends;
We are still really good friends.
Please tell me that you agree.
But I'm not the one for you,
And you just can't see yourself with me.”
Margo T. Rose, The Words

“Think before you speak. Read before you think.”
Fran Lebowitz, The Fran Lebowitz Reader

“Life is for the living.
Death is for the dead.
Let life be like music.
And death a note unsaid.”
Langston Hughes, The Collected Poems

“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”
Thomas Merton, No Man Is an Island
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“Fantasy is hardly an escape from reality. It's a way of understanding it.”
Lloyd Alexander

“Hungry man, reach for the book: it is a weapon.”
Bertolt Brecht

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