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this is why: a non-poem.

i started writing this book eight years ago,
in a cheap bedroom in philadelphia. i was afraid
to leave the house. i rode my bike for money, $4 an hour plus tips… 935 more words

Why Do I Do This?

Occasionally, people have mentioned that they think I am so brave to share my ALS journey in such a public forum. I certainly don’t feel brave. 710 more words


Kingdom Of The Dark

Distorted words, Swirling light

My psyche began to ghostwrite

In the kingdom of the dark,

Where everything fades,

Blinded by thoughts,

Blocked by palisades.

Venturing through the nothingness, 34 more words

Ponderings Of An Isolated Man

"I was determined to throw as much of myself into this job as I had the last. I had a point to prove." : Meet Rob Marsh


I joined Reward Gateway back in April 2012, after stumbling across a very interesting job posting online for a business development role within a brand new start-up business. 834 more words

Reward Gateway


Hi all!  Just a short post tonight…

This morning at GRIT there was a new girl next to me.  She didn’t put much weight on her bar; and did stop a few times along the way but I was still impressed with the effort she put in.   153 more words

Random Thoughts

My Online Research Journal

My name is Dara de Staic and I am currently participating in the Masters in American Literature and Film, here in UCC. As part of the module EN6009, we were expected to set up a blog which was ours to manage and develop as the academic year progressed. 2,749 more words

The Benefits of Self-Limiting Exercises

Self-limiting exercises are one of the most important methods of exercise that can decrease the risk of injuries and with enough training can “surpass normal functional limits (video below).” 409 more words