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True Love

The frailty of the human heart
Its demand for love no matter what

No matter what the consumption
It clamors for recognition

If its rights are obstructed… 64 more words

Last Story

Last Story

“Mommy, want to hear a story?”

The mother opened her eyes and smiled weakly. She could barely see her daughter even though she was right beside her hospital bed, but her voice was enough to comfort her. 250 more words

Thursday Posts

Such a good boy!

Did you know there have been studies that show that dogs might have the ability to pick up imbalances in your body? This means that they would potentially be able to sense diseases or ailments in you long before you show any external symptoms. 458 more words


Eternal life

The British rock band Queen already asked the question in a dramatic song in the eighties: “Who wants to live forever”. Yet we try to do everything to live for a very long time and, more feverishly, to be someone important in that lifetime. 987 more words


Deathbed Litmus Test

I am most interested in the Really Big Questions.  Aren’t you?  I mean, do you ever wonder what you will think about on your deathbed?  That is, if you are lucky enough to have one and don’t just get hit by an out-of-control metro bus?   435 more words


Loving can hurt, loving can hurt sometimes
But it’s the only thing that I know
When it gets hard, you know it can get hard sometimes…

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Tracing lines

Color in the lines that are missing or faded
Don’t say goodnight

There’s a bird chirping a song I haven’t heard before
Outside my window, 65 more words