All Posts By Neesa Suncheuri

Do People See the Real Me?

I was recently in a Spanish class at some language school in Manhattan. I signed up with the idea that I could start becoming a polyglot,...

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Exposing Social Injustice: The Wrong Way

Social Justice?  How About Embarrassment? It happened one fall day several years ago when I began a new job as a classroom music teacher...

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That Which is Built Upon a Rock

Waves crash across the extinct terrain, the flair of dancing fish absent. Colors of the land only hard and grey. Twilight fog drapes a...

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Envy

Tears dry a soul, And offer the heart rest. What is uncertain Becomes tangible And nothing escapes Catharsis. There is hope beyond rain And...

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The Modern Art of Communicating via Screens

A lot of my friends lament that iPhones and Facebook have destroyed the integrity of person-to-person distance communication. In the...

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Flies’ Goodbyes

We met, we bartered, we pricked at a dead fly with needles. The papery light above us, a hangout for living cousins. Or perhaps he looks...

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I Have Weird Taste in Men, Yet I’m Like Everyone Else

For a long time, I have always been a bit confused about my sexual preferences. Certainly, I am a fan of men, but overall, my tastes are a...

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Today’s Sex is Still Conservative

In this year of 2016, we fancy our culture to be one with free societal standards. Especially when it comes to sex and relationships....

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