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Within the Hallowed Bones
at this unearthly hour.
So, I rise,
on this desert morn’.
This unearthly warm,
A Penny Makes Change
Mark Speight, graduate student in Counseling
Written in the Southwestern College weekly writing group facilitated by Dr. Ann Filemyr
A penny makes change.
It’s been approximately 60 days since I packed up Lotus, my 2003 Honda Pilot, with all of my belongings that I could fit into it so I could relocate...
Poem in Third person about your wildest love
A Boy & His Sketchbook
There once was a introverted boy, most people associated him with being shy, living in...
A submission and transmission came today during the Creative Writing group, led by Dr. Ann Filemyr, as a response to the prompt which was to use either 'hello' or 'goodbye'...
This essay was written as a reflection paper for Applied Theories of Human Development. In this class we discuss different stages of development in the human lifespan. As we all...
For the last twenty-three years I’ve grown up in a small town in Iowa, and almost two months ago moved to Santa Fe to pursue my passion for helping others...
The writing group at SWC is a place where students, faculty, and staff can come together and share in a communal free-writing experience each Thursday at noon. Patterned after Natalie...
Bringing the Divine Feminine to Campus by Ann Filemyr, Ph.D.I believe the Ultimate could be a vast energetic being, nameless, formless, skinless, disembodied raw creative force power zipping through the universe...
Writing has quite simply saved my life. When I was sixteen I was on the verge of ending my life when I received a letter informing me that my first...
What the Writing Group has Meant to Me – Jaylek AhnWhile difficult to put into just a few words, I am so grateful for the depth of emotion, opening, closing,...
Life purpose and vocation; I sometimes wonder how they are related. Sometimes I hear life purpose described simply and clearly, like this quote from notetoselfphilosophy.com: Note to Self: “What is my purpose in life?”...
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