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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

Fiction

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

Love

Regardless

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

Miscellaneous

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