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For a while I was happy.
Well, it felt like I was happy. But I don’t know how close to ‘being happy’ I really was. I was in the middle of exam time and I felt like my family was being so supportive and for once in a very long time I was not in the middle of a family fight and nobody hated me. 246 more words

I don't know

I don’t really know what a prayer is.
I don’t know how it feels to fall asleep in the grass.
I don’t know why my eyes won’t just stay closed. 31 more words

Typhoon Wednesdays ("Duck Faces & Crooked Hearts","Shut Down", "packing up")

Mother Nature blessed us with a mid-week holiday. Last night, a passing truck broadcasted the incoming storm over loud speakers, “Typhoon Matmo is here!” I welcomed him with pancakes, a cigarette, and a fridge full of beer. 633 more words

Travel Poetry

Post Script: The Good Girl - Mary Kubica

A delicious twist in the tail and you won’t see this coming.

The Good Girl

Mary Kubica


Harlequin MIRA

ISBN: 9780778316558


“I’ve been following her for the past few days. 502 more words

Post Script: Book Reviews

Remembering Films: Sunset Boulevard

“I’m still big, it’s the movies that got small.”

I recently had the treat of watching Sunset Boulevard, staring Gloria Swanson and William Holden and directed by Billy Wilder.

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Sunset Boulevard

Teen Spirit in Niaquornat

“They travel the waters not knowing if they will return.” Greenlandic proverb


Those Who Don't Understand

Through the years, I have met several people (mostly online) that I have attempted to make friendships with, only for them to fall apart before they even begin. 1,125 more words