A series focused on spoken word and why it is perfect.
By Annissa Omran (Writer/College Student)
It's finals week for me, so I'll do the honest thing and admit to all you lovely Crazytown readers that I have absolutely nothing in my brain right now other than facts for my Arabic and Spanish exams.
My brain has actually liquefied, poured from my ears and evaporated into the atmosphere, leaving me a vapid, blinking shell, eternally staring at my online textbook.
So in place of my own words, I'd like to provide you with someone else's. Dylan Garity is one of my favorite spoken word poets out there.
Please take a moment out of your day to listen to what he has to say about education.
It's nice to be reminded, especially in these stressful times, just how lucky I am to have such easy access to the academic world - how lucky I am just to have the opportunity to study myself into a coma of delirium.
Happy Thursday, everyone!
ANNISSA OMRAN is currently a college student and eternally a writer. An old movie aficionado, her interests include show tunes, singing loudly, and singing show tunes loudly. She also provides a (dramatic) running commentary on the life of a young writer.
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