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Julia T. Williams

Poetexts: Old San Juan

I sit under a bench in the shade Old San Juan is where I spend most of the day Listening to parched leaves scrape against the cobblestone Birds chirping their happiness as bread crumbs fall against their beaks In the distance, a few benches away, I feel your presence I...

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What School Has Taught Me

School has been a challenging journey for me. When I think about it, it's not so much school in itself, but what it is doing in and through me. Exams, group projects, stress of making the grade, all of that is taxing enough on the...

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Poetexts: Innervision

Innervision I am not who I am on the outside I am not who people see I am not who I see The mirror lies to me It lies to those who surround me The mirror hides my misery My sadness My discontentment and self-pity Why can I not be free from all that...

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