Tupac Shakur’s words have gone on to breathe life into fans long after the rapper’s untimely death. His lyrics, now received
Dear long nights and irrationally expensive tabs, it's not you, it's me. I love my couch too much. I love the way my Blu-ray sparkles in the living room light. I love how I have my very own food court just feet away. Is it heaven? No, it's my house. So, I guess yes. Yes it is.
I sat down and wrote myself a letter. It didn't start out that way. I had intended to do some release work and write a letter to my ex. But as I wrote, I realized the person that needed to hear this most was me.
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All things beautiful suggest you. As I write, I catch the sound of distant music -- and at once the charm of your low, sweet
"Anais, I only thought I loved you before; it was nothing like this certainty that's in me now. Was all this so wonderful
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Cue the tears. So begins the love letter one man wrote to his bride-to-be on their wedding day, but it's his bride's reaction
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Spring, in all her glory, dares the frosty air. Do we? Do we dare to shake off the wintry cold that hardens hearts and dampens dreams? Do we dare to bloom today, to become that which is best in our hearts, and that which most inspires our spirit? Do we dare?
When we were given Athena's photo from her orphanage in the same week that you discovered your pregnancy, we crossed the Rubicon. Yes, of course (says every parent in America), having children changes you in a ways that are so unpredictable as to be surreal.