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What I’ve Learned From Taking Public Transportation

Standing shoulder to shoulder, smushed together like sardines on a silver bullet that travels 55 mph from either end of the city, a “whoosh” falls upon your ears. The doors open and a school of passengers part the sea of those waiting to board. As you funnel out unto the boarding platform, the strong, unmistakable scent of urine wafts through your nostrils.

Ah, good ol’ public transportation. It may not be the cleanest or most consistent way to get from point A to B, but it has taught me what it means to be free.

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Yesterday… by Mahik’s

Mahik’s reflects upon change and nostalgia for simpler times in her poem, “Yesterday…”

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What I’ve Learned From Writing

The gift of gab has been bestowed upon me since I was pulled from the warmth of the womb, but it hasn’t always been such a gift.

Overtime, I harnessed my rambles into writing, which would eventually become my career.

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A Reflection by Sorayah

Sorayah of The Girl in All Leopard shares with us a reflection upon growing out of the party scene and coming of age at your own pace.

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The B Word and Its Influence by Rebecca Gibson

Rebecca Gibson shares her personal experience as a bisexual member of the LGBTQ community as well as what she’s learned while studying for her master’s degree.

This article will also be featured in the sixth issue of The Burgundy Zine

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