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He Feeds Her

He loves his babies. Always has. His hands perfect for holding small heads. His long flat chest a place to rest and hear the thump-tha- thump just like it was in mommy’s tummy. 467 more words

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Writers Writing About Writing: An Introduction

Before I sat down to write this, I had to clear off my desk of papers and garbage and all of the other things that accompany three weeks of entropy. 419 more words

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War

We were sitting at the beach house one evening when my daughter, out of the blue, asks, “Dad, tell me about when you were in the military.” 920 more words

Philosophy

Just a Piss

This post is a continuation of a previous story “Tuna and Rice”

I was about to begin kindergarten when my great-grandfather – my grandmother’s father – died from his fourth cancer. 2,011 more words

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Why We actually loose hope?

During our preparation many times it happens that We start loosing our hope that “No now it won’t possible for us to do this work”? Why ? 341 more words

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Marius Kociejowski's God's Zoo: Artists, Exiles, Londoners

Carcanet Press 2014

This beautifully structured and illustrated book consists of a series of encounters with creative artists living in London who have become exiles from their cultural and geographical roots. 393 more words

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