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A follow up to In a Manner of Speaking by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future. Illustration by Paula Damigella. “When Tweeting politely, raise your pinky as you type.”—@okwithwords “This place is so Twitter,…Continue Reading “Follow Friday: A Hip-to-It Poem in Twitter Terms”

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A follow up to Crime of Fashion by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently working in the Journalism Department of Emerson College. “I picked up a rhyming dictionary last week, to…Continue Reading “In a Manner of Speaking: How to Fall in Love in English Language Terms”

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A follow up to Love Triangle by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently working in the Journalism Department of Emerson College. We found the body, dressed in the newest line from…Continue Reading “Crime of Fashion: A Crime Story in Fashion Design Terms”

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A follow up to Text Drive by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently working in the Journalism Department of Emerson College. Illustration by Paula Damigella.   What is 143? Baby, don’t…Continue Reading “What is Luv: Another Love Poem in Internet Slang”

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A follow up to Love Triangle by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently working in the Journalism Department of Emerson College. Let’s talk about text, baby. about the subtext, pretext, and…Continue Reading “Text Drive: An Inappropriate Poem in Textual Terms”

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A follow up to X Marks the Spot by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently working in the Journalism Department of Emerson College. Don’t worry about the formula, you know. The…Continue Reading “Love Triangle: A High School Romance in Mathematical Terms”