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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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thousands of contemporary prayers whispered and embedded into my thoughts / you plague my vision, my memory / I am all I have left of you
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thousands of contemporary prayers whispered and embedded into my thoughts / you plague my vision, my memory / I am all I have left of you
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my head is exploding / and the world reverberates with static / I am an old abandoned tv that / no one remembered to switch off
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my head is exploding / and the world reverberates with static / I am an old abandoned tv that / no one remembered to switch off
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The rain will stop in two hours — and when it stops, the city will wake up to a sunny sky, clueless about the wet melancholy of the night.
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The rain will stop in two hours — and when it stops, the city will wake up to a sunny sky, clueless about the wet melancholy of the night.
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When time warped in on itself and I stepped into another dimension, I didn’t anticipate the whiplash that demanded to be felt.
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When time warped in on itself and I stepped into another dimension, I didn’t anticipate the whiplash that demanded to be felt.
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We never fully overcome a loss, but we evolve to accept that loss. My parents have significant others who are not each other, and I am happy for them.
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We never fully overcome a loss, but we evolve to accept that loss. My parents have significant others who are not each other, and I am happy for them.
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Davies reserves a kind of reverence for poets and their unique cocktail of strife: being subject to the emotional toils of life on a heightened and excruciatingly public scale.
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Davies reserves a kind of reverence for poets and their unique cocktail of strife: being subject to the emotional toils of life on a heightened and excruciatingly public scale.
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Samora Pinderhughes doesn’t want to just talk about structural violence. He wants to pave new avenues toward change.
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Samora Pinderhughes doesn’t want to just talk about structural violence. He wants to pave new avenues toward change.
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We see the pain of fictional characters. We watch other characters grieve over the death as they go through feelings of denial, turmoil, sadness and anger.
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We see the pain of fictional characters. We watch other characters grieve over the death as they go through feelings of denial, turmoil, sadness and anger.
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I found myself struggling to hold back tears as I stared at the elderly woman, a person who should have been completely unfamiliar.
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I found myself struggling to hold back tears as I stared at the elderly woman, a person who should have been completely unfamiliar.
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I was away from home for Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) for the first time. I honored one of the most important people in my life on this day.
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I was away from home for Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) for the first time. I honored one of the most important people in my life on this day.
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