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“I am a tiny seashell
that has secretly drifted ashore
and carries the sound of the ocean
surging through its body.”
Edward Hirsch
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“i have never understood.
probably never understand.
the white mans lust
to eat the world.
to eat the universe. (mars is next)
why he was born with such a rabid
why he feigns for power
crack rock. doing everything. and anything.
to have it.
no matter how deranged.
why he is in so much pain
he needs to rip the roots of happiness
from the earth
burn them into
his smile.
what happened in his relationship with our mother.
that he needs to set a person on fire.
watch them burn.
feel powerful.
not every white man
born this way,
it stands to remain
there are many
Nayyirah Waheed
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I Am That by Nisargadatta Maharaj
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Edward Hirsch
“I am a tiny seashell
that has secretly drifted ashore
and carries the sound of the ocean
surging through its body.”
Edward Hirsch

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“Don't assume, ask. Be kind. Tell the truth. Don't say anything you can't stand behind fully. Have integrity. Tell people how you feel.”
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Warsan Shire
“fit in here, in my palm, in my shadow, don’t be bigger than my idea of you, don’t be more beautiful than i can accept, don’t be more human than i am willing to allow you to be and be quiet, you’re too loud, even your un-belonging is loud. quiet your dreams, your voice, your hair, quiet your skin, quiet your displacement, quiet your longing, your colour, quiet your walk, your eyes. who said you could look at me like that? who said you could exist without permission? why are you even here? why aren’t you shrinking? i think of you often. you vibrate. you walk into a room and the temperature changes. i lean in and almost recognise you as human. but, no. we can’t have that.”
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