1. @saragdigitellsit

    In and Out of Tune

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    I can hear the floor boards above me creaking, dust floats down in and out of the golden streams of sunlight beaming through cracks in the rotting wooden ceiling. Someone has pulled the door open and is walking down the stairs. I can’t help but feel a tinge of hope, …

  2. @KwameCovino

    One More Time!

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    Today marks the end of my crazy five week journey. I’ve learned so much during this time! The class really made me work hard! I would be up until 5:30 am in the morning working on assignments. It was difficult to deal with at first, because I’m able to complete …

  3. @simplytelling

    – final reflection –

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    Oh my god, we did it.

    We made it to the end…HOLY CRAP. I honestly didn’t think these 5 weeks would go by so fast, but D A N G. I’m a little emotional.

    So first off, let me just say that I thoroughly enjoyed this class. It was amazing …

  4. @simplytelling

    – long awaiting –

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    It’s barely morning when she wakes up. The sounds of the outdoor world penetrating through her windows softly. She finds comfort within the confines of her house, away from the rustle and bustle of the city she sees from her window. Her daily routine she finds safety in all of …

  5. jbelodeau

    Week Five Summary

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    This will be my final blog post that I make, seeing as the course is coming to an end. I found that this course was pretty challenging, and it was hard to keep up at times. Most of the assignments were very interesting but figuring out how to complete them …

UMW Summer 17 – Second Session – Jen Polack

Todays TDC

#tdc2164 Household Chore Metaphor

Imagine yourself doing any household task/chore, then write a poem using what you’ve imagined as an extended metaphor for your life.