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Finding meaning and magic in the mundane

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Emily in good old milky times. (Photo by Samantha Lacey)

There are stories and poems everywhere, and in everything.

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About a boy (who “hates” his mother)

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On Mother's Day, we talked about a reason not to celebrate: broken relationships. http://leipglo.com

Often we don’t realize that the people we are closest to are the ones we tend to hurt the most.

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Death as a figment, life as tiny details

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Call it my own version of faith.

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I won’t be home for the holidays

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But perhaps I do wish I were rooted somewhere.

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Poem: “27 voice messages”

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Poem: 27 voice messages a daughter will refuse to ever listen to, having inherited her father's cell phone shortly after the evening he departed, never to return. Photo: public domain

27 calls, a week or a day too late to be heard.

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Toni Erdmann: love wears fake teeth

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Toni Erdmann alter ego, played by Peter Simonischek in the eponymous award-winning film. Photo: Soda Pictures, via International Business Times

Do I smell romance in the air? And is that… a giant hairy phallus or Chewbacca?

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