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Love... for the win

I love the movie Little Women. In one scene after Great Aunt March passes away, Marmee exclaims about the old, drafty house she left behind, “Her blessings became a burden because she couldn’t share them.” That may be the only thing to come out of that particular actress’s mouth that I have ever and will ever agree with. 284 more words

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“Love Conquers All”

“Love Conquers All”

This saying is dressed up, down, and twisted around in various ways in traditional folk wisdom and in popular self-help material. Two very popular rules are the Golden Rule, and the more current Platinum Rule: 308 more words


Love conquers all (a duet poem)

the scrapes and cuts of our childhood
broken bones that eventually healed
infatuations that bruised our hearts
someone helped us always to recover
love conquers all… 111 more words



From an oily puddle of the darkest dark
Dripping hands rise to grip your heart.
Eyes grow wide as a face appears
The deathly skull of the ancient one, Fear. 163 more words

Gender Neutral Love Poems


From “The Poems of John H. Watson”
Reprinted By M. Vernet
The Missing Years 1883 – 1886


From an oily puddle of the darkest dark… 185 more words

Sherlock Holmes

Love Conquers All

By Dr. Henderson Ward

Everywhere you look, humanity is on the search for the utmost, the best, the maximum, the record, the furthermost, the ultimate. There are even books, like the Guinness Book of Records, that exist to deal with nothing except the finding, and recording, of such achievements. 1,592 more words


"There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed."

And so I will bleed.

“Why don’t you just kill yourself already?”. The voice inside my head whispers that question daily but today as I began another work day it reverberated against my skull due to the way she was screaming it over and over. 1,194 more words