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My Invictus

Sean wrote this poem for his Inside Out writers class. Invictus means unconquerable and was a poem written by William Ernest Henley in 1875. Sean wrote his own rendition of it.    My Invictus In the nightmare that holds me … Continue reading

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15 Years Lost: Sean’s poem for English class

Darkness descends too young with uncontrolled pain ripping apart freedom lost in the confusion untold why, why does the cold constrain? words spoken, lies all around still freedom lost in confusion untold Order marinated in the form of kangaroos held … Continue reading

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(the above picture is a coffee mug Sean drew on) **DISCLAIMER: What follows is a sappy love poem I wrote to Sean on a card I made. I don’t care if it’s bad, it’s filled with love and that’s all … Continue reading

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