A poem from Robert Williams.
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This story, penned by a Street Sense vendor, describes what happens when a little girl shows a monster love.
A poem contemplating youth and the trials of growing up.
Strickland plumked, and Bryce lunged. What gravitas have we— Not to take the plunge?
A Street Sense vendor shares her gratitude for her housing assistance and longing to reconnect with family.
Is the pen really mightier than the sword? It can be in the penitentiary
Street Sense can be used as a tool to help homeless people in every state. The paper can help the public to see us as people. People who want to work, not to beg.
I learned the hard way that romantic partnership — engagement, marriage, whatever you want to call it — means that someone is going to steal the covers and elbow you in the face while you try to sleep.
As I look back over my life and think things over, I can truly say that I am blessed. I am a living testimony.
After I was diagnosed with my seizure disorder, I became depressed. Then I started getting high and drinking to cope with depression.
My brother David recently came to a convention in D.C. about housing and the expansion of Medicaid. I got to hear him speak in front of the White House.
At the end of the day, they all expressed how much fun we had and decided to meet again real soon, as being a family is important and we should never take it for granted.
As my boss and as a leader, George Rutherford gave me the opportunity to express my ideas and implement my plan for further education.
Health care for the homeless is imperative. Not having housing gives you many health issues. Food stamps and Medicaid saved me. I had to wait… Read more »
People are literally dying on the streets of Washington D.C., our nation’s capital. Take a look around you, really take a look. It’s not getting… Read more »
Wy, middes his missaes, was th’ sith of joy? So, gerls, be generous with poyets and makath off lyk th’ nith!
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A month to renew sun up to sundown For you To become brand new All his mercies sent down to you A time to achieve… Read more »