My name is Tiffany Zarr. I am a sophomore at University of Colorado at Boulder, majoring in English and Women's Studies. I love reading, writing, and talking about reading and writing. My inspiration comes from that which appears to be ordinary, but is really extraordinary; that which seems simple but has endless depth. My favorite smells are lilacs and rain on concrete. I am a proud member of the SASC community
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i breathe in secondhand air, imagining how it was. what will happen when we run out of room to put things towers built, torn down and rebuilt bigger, grander, more hollow space to fill lives built, torn down, and rebuilt bigger, grander, more hollow space to fill those here before were a little braver a little newer pavement stood a little thicker then or maybe not at all the sky was a little clearer then a little cleaner maybe brushing shoulders with the past, corners of time unravel bleed into one as the world breathes in i listen to children learn to count empty space instead of fingers.