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We Are Just Particles

I was greeted by a big, beautifully white blowball while walking down the streets of Helsinki today. I held out my hand and it gently lied down on the palm of my hand. 420 more words

Life

A silent song

I want to sing
I want to sing to no one
I want to sing to myself only

With my song composed
Under my own thoughts… 97 more words

Poetry

Bus rides.

There’s something really magical about bus rides.

They are the place where important decisions are made, resolutions set, dreams fantasized, tears fought back, life thought through like a film tape set in motion. 229 more words

Silencing Cicadas

A night of crying

has silenced me

This morning it seems

the whole world is against me

I’ve never before

felt so barren, so empty… 15 more words

Shaun Hick

Numb Awakening

He woke up this afternoon, precisely at 12:00 P.M., irritably and irresistibly pissed.

“Half the day is over, shit…Now I’m stuck with the latter, shittier part of the day to make up for the time lost” he bemoaned. 1,035 more words

Joan Larsen's Dream of Late Summer: The Hidden Getaway at the Lake House

By Joan Larsen

I believe down deep we are all alike. Deep inside us, unbidden thoughts take over our quiet moments in the early darkness of winter. 915 more words

Interests

My Long Solitude

This is a topic that comes up a lot in my talks with health professionals, and my support worker. My isolation is actually self inflicted. I often blame the psychopathic people for it, and those that hurt me for it, but this is very much my choice as well. 1,994 more words

Discomfort