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Poet Kimiko Hahn first read about The 52 Hertz Whale in the New York Times. She was inspired to create and wrote the captivating poem, "Ode to 52 Hz," Check it out:      While monitoring enemy subs in the Pacific,    hydrophones classified a distinct  /  basso profundo frequency  / calling with a metronome’s regularity  / as belonging to a whale, species unknown.    Read the rest at the bottom of this page: http://frequencyprovidence.com/about/

Poet Kimiko Hahn first read about The 52 Hertz Whale in the New York Times. She was inspired to create and wrote the captivating poem, "Ode to 52 Hz," Check it out: While monitoring enemy subs in the Pacific, hydrophones classified a distinct / basso profundo frequency / calling with a metronome’s regularity / as belonging to a whale, species unknown. Read the rest at the bottom of this page: http://frequencyprovidence.com/about/

M practicing until she mastered the song her father used to sing at her bedside then playing it to him. Saturday 31st of October 2015

M practicing until she mastered the song her father used to sing at her bedside then playing it to him. Saturday 31st of October 2015

Ode to the Unknown Factory Worker [CD], 15362148

Ode to the Unknown Factory Worker [CD]

Ode to the Unknown Factory Worker [CD], 15362148

We've always defined ourselves by the ability to overcome the impossible. And we count these moments, these moments when we dared to aim higher, to break barriers, to reach for the stars, to make the unknown known, we count these moments as our highest achievements, but we lost all that. And perhaps we've just forgotten that we are still pioneers, and we've barely begun, and that our greatest accomplishments can not be behind us, because our destiny lies above us. -Interstellar

We've always defined ourselves by the ability to overcome the impossible. And we count these moments, these moments when we dared to aim higher, to break barriers, to reach for the stars, to make the unknown known, we count these moments as our highest achievements, but we lost all that. And perhaps we've just forgotten that we are still pioneers, and we've barely begun, and that our greatest accomplishments can not be behind us, because our destiny lies above us. -Interstellar

"Fog on her glasses From the still steaming tea A book in her hand As she casually reads. A catch in her breath As the climax grows near She's deaf to the world: The book's all she can hear. She's completely lost now, Or perhaps she is found In this strange paper world That's far from the ground." poetry

"Fog on her glasses From the still steaming tea A book in her hand As she casually reads. A catch in her breath As the climax grows near She's deaf to the world: The book's all she can hear. She's completely lost now, Or perhaps she is found In this strange paper world That's far from the ground." poetry

h1dd3ns4hara:  Into the woods by Alexander Ipfelkofer

h1dd3ns4hara: Into the woods by Alexander Ipfelkofer

Oh LOOK!! Raven has Bottled the "Tell Tale Heart" and has the Key!! Artist.......?????

Oh LOOK!! Raven has Bottled the "Tell Tale Heart" and has the Key!! Artist.......?????

Rookie is an online publication for teenage girls featuring writing, photography, illustrations, videos, and more from a lovely staff and our readers. The site features monthly “issues,” each revolving around a theme. We post three times a day—after school, after dinner, and before bed—and once a day on the weekends.

Rookie is an online publication for teenage girls featuring writing, photography, illustrations, videos, and more from a lovely staff and our readers. The site features monthly “issues,” each revolving around a theme. We post three times a day—after school, after dinner, and before bed—and once a day on the weekends.

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