This poem seems applicable to manifestation because it is about living in a world beyond what we can see, and beyond "reasons and proofs."
Hermes describes Circe’s “magic wand”, which refers to Circe’s metaphorical dick.
I’m not a bitch that cries at everything, so the books on this list have really achieved something extraordinary.
To be concise, my overall opinion is read this book! It’s great, and I want to date Levi.
I was taking eighteen credit hours this semester, so I’m proud of myself for reading six books.
When people ask, I’ll tell them I read thirteen books, but this list will only comprise of seven items
I roast the fuck out of Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum. I just felt that Jessie was a fucking idiot.
The book's humor makes it's plot and characters fun to read, so I do recommend the book.
When I find a likeable, badass, female character in a book, it is very refreshing. Here is a list of my favorite lit(erary) bitches.
I loved almost everything about The Walled City by Ryan Graudin. The story was engaging, and it was difficult to put the book down.
It has a dumb title, but it's a good book.