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4 lives to tell. everlasting

the first life. somewhere in the former soviet union. daughter to a cossack warrior. mother died at birth. moved to st petersburg and learned the city. 178 more words

Non- Fiction

Nostalgia On The Go!

“Dreams are not what you see in sleep. Dreams are things that do not let you sleep.” These words of Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam have always been within me. 423 more words

Nice to meet you...what's your name again?

How many times have you been at a meeting or a party, meet someone, and less than five seconds later you’re thinking, “What’s that person’s name?” Why is it so difficult to remember the name of someone you just met? 218 more words



Warm hands washing over me
Warm hands brushing against my skin
Warm lips kissing
Fingers touching
Warm moments leading to ecstasy.
Turn me over
And under me… 6 more words


Memory Fragment

I think this happened some time in the early 18th century, probably in England but it could have been anywhere in Europe as far as I can tell.   348 more words

Janet, A Success Story. August 27. #TSJ

Today was rather routine for Janet. Speech with Mary Lou this morning involved practicing reading and Janet said Mary Lou was pleased at how Janet had read The Hallo-Wiener to the Games Night group. 303 more words



The compost bucket is heavy in my arms. It is so full that the lid won’t stay on properly and through the gaps wafts a smell that means I can’t possibly ignore the fact that what I eat is something that was once alive: the smell of rotting, mould and decay. 686 more words