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Lesson#219: "Those Broken Spirits"

I thought I saw a piece of you
lying in the corridor
It was rotten
forgotten
downtrodden
by neglect

I thought I saw a piece of you… 45 more words

Poetry

Comfort foods and happier thoughts...

It’s supposed to rain today and I’m glad for it, as it matches my mood this morning.

Today will be a day of leftovers, literally and figuratively. 291 more words

Writer For 365

Dark

“When it comes to grief, the normal rules of exchange do not apply. That is because grief transcends value. A man would give entire nations to lift grief off his heart, and yet, you cannot buy anything with grief, because grief is worthless.” … 361 more words

Prose

Time Turner

“I hate going to the bank.” Dada flopped into a chair and thumped his bag on the bed. He looked beaten, my grandfather did.

“Even though you get to see the stashes of notes you have hidden away in your account?” 503 more words

Emotional Who Me?

Essay on sorrow

Why should we choose to suffer? Why should we continue to suffer? Why not decide to simply end it all? Just because some stupid book tells us not to? 708 more words

Prose

[teddy the jedi]-- My Idea of What 1987 Was All About Is Probably Not the Same As Yours  

Rewritten the lines all along

            On the Bechdel Test where does your love sit?

If you have a ghost caught on tape you are strong… 81 more words

Poetry

New Podcast: Conferences of St. John Cassian - On the Changeableness of the Soul and Evil Spirits

Cassian and Germanus seek out the guidance of the elder Serenus, whose name captures his character.  Serenus had attained great purity of heart, peace, and freedom from the carnal desires of the flesh.   175 more words

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