Valentine by Abigail George (for Ambronese) The mirror takes a look at my face. The face that flinched when you wanted to hit me. I smile. I smile. I smile (think of autumn) because it
Jeanne Calment and French comedians by Jay Gutman Jeanne Calment\'s age has been all over the news recently. She died at 122, setting the world record for the oldest person known to have lived. On the other hand, France is taking a scandal that hit its comedy industry very seriously involving
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by The Ovi Team February 18th 1885, Mark Twain publishes his famous--and famously controversial--novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. At the book\'s heart is the journey of Huck and his friend Jim, a runaway slave, down the Mississippi River on a raft. Ji
E-Mer-Gen-cy! E-Mer-Gen-cy! by Leah Sellers “E-Mer-Gen-cy ! E-Mer-Gen-cy !!” Trumpty cried near and far !“There is a National E-Mer-Gen-cy, people, at our Borders as you all know, because I am telling you that you all know about it.”
Dignity by David Sparenberg Every human being requiressustenance foodsome form of nutritionfood and water.