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Poetry: Claustrophobia

When I was a foetus
My mother’s womb wrapped me
When I was a baby
My baby blankie wrapped me

When I went to school… 76 more words

Poetry

Breathing Room

Aaron had always been claustrophobic.

It had started when he was five. His older brothers would roll him up in a large blanket, one longer than he was tall. 238 more words

Writing

3 Things Nobody Tells You About Getting A CT Scan


I had to get a CT Scan of my sinuses because they are a-holes. It’s no big deal, but I did have to stop what I was doing and get my X-ray computed tomography on. 521 more words

Observations

A brief introduction to my anxiety, and the purpose of this blog.

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My name is Clem, and 3 years ago, I passed out while working some stupid fashion show for Armani as an event host in Paris. 235 more words

Anxiety

How can you wake up within walls that give you no sunlight? How can you eat within walls that feed you with discouragement? How can you sleep within walls that don’t know what to shelter you from?

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

At the threshold of the Stockton Street Tunnel while on the threshold of facingĀ a fear of tunnels.

“If you are pained by external things, it is not they that disturb you, but your own judgement of them. 52 more words

Photography

Cat Nature

In ABC, C is always for cat. This is a different kind of cat.

A to Z entries: My post for each letter of the alphabet will be anecdotes or musings based on an element from the previous letter’s post.

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A To Z Musing