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So I Run; An Allegorical Perspective

By Sancho, published on Jul 11, 2007

Rivers run down the sleek soft cliffs that are my grooved cheeks. The rapids are roaring; water....falls.

Stressed-out frustrated sweat beads blend with the dammed up wall of tears behind eyelids stinging my eyes; a haze on my vision. Adrenaline races to catch up with the already torrent bloodflow in my veins like sharks on the hunt. Gravity is trying to win, my legs transforming into pillars of concrete on the quicksand beneath my feet, but I won't let her win; Willpower is the steamcloud on the tarpit that picks me up and tries to help me fly. Not too high. Beams of imposing Alienship... (more)

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Rebuttal to Why Hate Torture

By Sancho, published on Jul 10, 2007

Compassion is defined as a feeling of deep sorrow for another who is stricken by misfortune coupled with a strong desire to alleviate such suffering. To say that one human is erroneous for desiring relief from suffering of another fellow human being calls into question the core beliefs of this nation in that "all men are created equal" and the writ of habeus corpus that our founding fathers so justly provided. On the cusp of this new realm in which President Bush has so democratically revoked required enactments of habeas corpus (right to contest the lawful detainment of a person) has long... (more)

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