The friction of being visible, the friction of being invisible

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“In effect, the cost of being who you are is that you can’t possibly meet everyone’s expectations, and so, there will, inevitably, be external conflict to deal with—the friction of being visible. Still, the cost of not being who you … Continued

Bringing the words to the page

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. I started writing poetry out of yearning. As a gawky, awkward teenager, I scribbled love poems into a spiral-ring notebook with an owl on the cover. To whom were these addressed? No one in particular, just some romantic dark-haired … Continued