All historical and artistic events have something crucial to tell us. Through them, we understand the development of the world. One of them is the artistic, philosophical, and intellectual movement called Romanticism, referring to the birth of a new set
A new month ushers in original and innovative poetry releases. This month, themes explore everything from female empowerment, fairy tales, and automation, to the very role of language itself. The end result? There’s a poetry collection for anyone and everyone.
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Prayer in a Hospital Room by Veronica Suarez Tonight, stars blink, tell tales of a full moon apocalypse, and in the silence, I can hear the fears of the city echoing though the birds are chirping, and a toad hops on the granite. I don’t believe we’re on the