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While it's true that OWS has fewer people protesting and the media attention for the movement has dwindled, there are many people who are still engaged.
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I just sit there, letting the warmth of the tea seep in between my fingers, and think about all the recipes, the stories, I've made and have yet to make.
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Being a writer, you kind of figure that poetry is just spilling out what you feel onto a page, but often the most inspiring words are the most unexpected.
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