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Stix n Bones
Under Mah Umbarella
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Finish Line
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Colorful Life


Artists can color the sky red because they know it's blue. Those of us who aren't artists must color things the way they really are or people might think we're stupid.

Jules Feiffer

I'll refer to my music in color, like 'This song needs to be bright red.'

Janelle Monae

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Colorful Life


Artists can color the sky red because they know it's blue. Those of us who aren't artists must color things the way they really are or people might think we're stupid.

Jules Feiffer

I'll refer to my music in color, like 'This song needs to be bright red.'

Janelle Monae

Stix n Bones

Musical Life


She sits there Playing

Playing her brand new violin she calls "Demon"

It possesses her Day-in-day-out

She plays to the sounds heard on the street

This is what she gave up her soul for

An instrument

Something she herself has Become

 

Musical Life


She sits there Playing

Playing her brand new violin she calls "Demon"

It possesses her Day-in-day-out

She plays to the sounds heard on the street

This is what she gave up her soul for

An instrument

Something she herself has Become

 

Under Mah Umbarella

City Life


When I was a young boy
Growing up in the ghetto
Hanging out on corners
Singin' with the fellas
Lookin' for the Gypsy
Trying to find a bit of fun
Looking for some trouble
Or anyone who'll give me some

I was young and crazy
In the ghetto
Didn't know what my life would be
In the ghetto
I was dumb and oh so lazy
In the ghetto
Something had a spell on me
In the ghetto

-Rick James

City Life


When I was a young boy
Growing up in the ghetto
Hanging out on corners
Singin' with the fellas
Lookin' for the Gypsy
Trying to find a bit of fun
Looking for some trouble
Or anyone who'll give me some

I was young and crazy
In the ghetto
Didn't know what my life would be
In the ghetto
I was dumb and oh so lazy
In the ghetto
Something had a spell on me
In the ghetto

-Rick James

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Life of Dignity


My greatest wish is for humanity
Treating each other with civility
Regardless of each one’s ethnicity
All men should be treated with dignity
For when I hear of discrimination
It generates the greatest repulsion
And so as not to create confusion
Every religion deserves inclusion
Judging books by their covers can only bring
More hate, intolerance as hope takes wing If we could learn to be more accepting
Bells of world peace would surely be chiming
So join me now in prayer for acceptance
And an end to widespread intolerance
Beyond war there will be a transcendence
Through God’s plan we’ll live in benevolence

By Carolyn Devonshire
*Entry for Kristen’s “If I had one wish” contest

Life of Dignity


My greatest wish is for humanity
Treating each other with civility
Regardless of each one’s ethnicity
All men should be treated with dignity
For when I hear of discrimination
It generates the greatest repulsion
And so as not to create confusion
Every religion deserves inclusion
Judging books by their covers can only bring
More hate, intolerance as hope takes wing If we could learn to be more accepting
Bells of world peace would surely be chiming
So join me now in prayer for acceptance
And an end to widespread intolerance
Beyond war there will be a transcendence
Through God’s plan we’ll live in benevolence

By Carolyn Devonshire
*Entry for Kristen’s “If I had one wish” contest

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Playful Life


This section celebrates life at play. I believe that play brings balance to hard work.

Playful Life


This section celebrates life at play. I believe that play brings balance to hard work.

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Life in Black and White


“When I learned about the gray existing between the black and white of absolute terms, I began to experience more peace. The more I expanded my gray areas (more than 50 shades), the more peace I experienced in my life.” 
― David W. Earle

Life in Black and White


“When I learned about the gray existing between the black and white of absolute terms, I began to experience more peace. The more I expanded my gray areas (more than 50 shades), the more peace I experienced in my life.” 
― David W. Earle