Serene

(Adjective)

  • “Marked by or suggestive of utter calm and unruffled repose or quietude”. (Merriam Webster)
  • This phrase was use in the article called “Here Poverty and Privilege are Neighbors; Income Gaps are a Source of Resentment and guilt”  by Janny Scott and along the beach in Brooklyn appear a stark line of demarcation (dividing lines) and one of these lines are the “serene” immigrant line separated from the others.

1 Reply to “Serene”

  1. Thanks for your post, I’ve never heard or read the word “demarcation” until today. Serene is also a word that I seldomly hear. It’s important that we all continue to expand our vocabulary!

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