Hold on.

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Hold on, she said. His eyes, now empty, and his spirit broken. Once upon a time she saw him. She’d look into his eyes for hours on end and she could see, even… Continue reading

“I’m Here for You”, She Said

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Kubler-Ross proposed that there are 5 stages of loss and grief. When one thinks of loss, one would immediately think about losing someone to death. But what about something else that could impair… Continue reading

In Wonderland

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The highs and lows that I face makes me feel like I’m a disgrace To myself, my family, my friends, I’m sick of this phase This place in my head makes me want… Continue reading

Atheist

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To the writer, God is a symbol. The poet lives, forever chained to her associations Anaconda: the penis Cupped hands: the vagina All the while, Begging For God knows whom.

Into and through the rain.

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As I rode through the rain, I did a little bit of thinking. On familiar routes, my mind wanders off into unfamiliar places. Thoughts over thoughts crawl out of the woodwork and to… Continue reading

Into nothingness.

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I could be a ball of flame majestic, if only for a second Then into the air from which I came ashes and dust gone without a name Alive for a moment into… Continue reading

Here to stay.

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My mind goes to dark places at times. Places where thoughts that belong down up rise above the surface just long enough to pull me down with them. Thoughts that get me down… Continue reading

If ever.

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If ever I had a wish, or a power of sorts, I would wish for the gift of invisibility. For a long time now, I’ve taken a liking to that fantasy. The ability… Continue reading

None of us are simple souls, at least, not anymore. Not in this age.

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I was never much of a ‘clique’ person, though I must admit, at one point, I did have a circle of friends that I’d spend most of my time with. You know, the… Continue reading

21: Strife

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21: I am still obsessed with finding a title for my life. I believe a proper title justifies the story. The story doesn’t have to be all that good, but the title needs… Continue reading