Tag Archives: siblings

Conformity be gone!

by cheri sabraw Behind a zebra’s pattern of stripes and curves and slants, Lie fundamental questions that trigger gripes and nerves and rants. We look somewhat alike, with tails and ears and eyes, We eat and drink in jovial style … Continue reading

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First Hamster Point of View: Infancy

by cheri block sabraw Four  infants we were, squirming with life and looking like furry little jellybeans arranged neatly in a teeny nest. Relieved of the crushing pressure of the birth canal, I had whizzed down the chute in a … Continue reading

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Return of The Blob

Last month on the big island of Hawaii, Japanese astronomers, lead by a Dr. Ouchi, discovered a blob, as they called it. The measurements attached to this blob can only be understood by physicists and certain poets, but suffice to … Continue reading

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