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Misery loves company

She yells from the kitchen
While I cry in my bedroom
Tears falling while words of sadness
Drip from my lips.
Over the phone,
My best friend listens faithfully, 71 more words

Random Review: The Museum of Intangible Things

I could not have guessed how much I would enjoy this book:

The Museum of Intangible Things by Wendy Wunder

Hannah and Zoe are lifelong best friends struggling to find a way out of their rural New Jersey town, part of that invisible population of poor white kids. 588 more words


Platonic approach towards affection and love

Men- we are one typical species who crave for what pleases our eyes. Our eyes can only be satisfied when our mind gets what it wants to observe or, in this case, a feast for the eyes.   769 more words



It doesn’t really matter
What you do or say
I’ll always love you
Whether or not you’re gay

You are who you are
A beautiful soul… 23 more words


And through all those I’ve found,
And all the friendships that’ve bound.
She is the one who really saves me -
The blood to my bone; the red to my navy.

– a.t

The Best Friend

When people write articles with such titles, they’re normally talking about their best friends, but I don’t have one and even if I have, which is true, I’m reluctant to accept it because calling someone your best friend is not really man-ish. 492 more words

Resurrecting Friendship

Friendship is something that happens, like rain happens, or eating breakfast happens. It is a term so loosely defined that it is not unusual to hear someone start a sentence with “I have a friend who…” when that “friend” is in reality hardly an acquaintance. 1,177 more words

The Family