Bryson Tiller – True to Self ALBUM REVIEW

Buh-rie-son Killer is an R&B artist, an alternative one that makes music.

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I Hate Studying

I absolutely hate studying.

It’s like as soon as I see a book, especially a math book, I get a headache. I feel a burning in my chest when I see loose leaf paper with words on it. I am literally repulsed by it for some reason and it’s my downfall academically honestly. Is it because I’m lazy?

Or am I uninspired?

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A Story of Introversion

I can feel my hands.

As I pace nervously in my bathroom I can feel the grooves in my hands like sandpaper. I rub them together to nullify the sensation but the cold-sweat on my palms only magnify my uneasiness. My hands glide against each other hot, wet and brackish. I am thoroughly out of it.

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3 Thoughts About Writing From a Beginner

What I’ve learned and what I have not.

The Fear of The Blank Page

Constantly I hear this complaint from fellow writers about how what scares them the most in writing is a blank page. It’s something that every writer sees at least once. There are numerous poems and articles about the potential of a blank page, or the fear one gets from seeing one; quivering hands, hallucinations and such.

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Bryson Tiller – Get Mine, Something Tells Me, and Honey TRACK REVIEW

Bryson Tiller aka Pen Griffey aka GodTilla dropped three songs last Friday and boy…they got me hype for his upcoming album.

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Sentimental About An Umbrella

We have this navy Nautica Umbrella. It’s very big and wide and protective. We bought it in Miami, one of my favorite time periods in my mind.  The umbrella has remained with us for a long time because it is very sturdy and nobody would dare lose it. It’s the best umbrella I’v ever seen.

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