Department/School of Contributor's Major

English, Literature, and Modern Languages

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Creative Writing | Poetry

Type of Work



This poem contains some of the most memorable ideas that Dr. Heath and my fellow students said during the Intro to Creative Writing class this semester.

Contributor's Note

Anastasia Cook is a sophomore English major from Galloway, Ohio. Besides creative writing and reading old books, she loves riding horses and talking with young children. She is grateful for the love of God and the inspiration and support her family provides.


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