I want him inside me so bad I remove pages of his book and place them between my legs and then against my lips to see what we’d smell like if we were ever together together. 146 more words
No sun shines where I live, or it seems so, for when it does it’s so far I can’t feel it. Choosing to stay home instead of freezing outside, lately I wake up close to five, and immediately as I wheel into my kitchen the panic sets in and I can’t breathe, despite how I try. 108 more words
Berlin in winter is cold, grey, still and quiet.
There are sheets of ice across the lake in the gardens of Charlottenburg Palace, sparrows blaze their calls in the thornbushes, empty muscle shells litter the burrow of an otter or water vole, and a pair of white swans break the glassy surface of the water as they glide under a wrought-iron bridge. 210 more words
Though most people with Alzheimer’s disease aren’t diagnosed until after age 65, the disease can begin in their brains years or even decades before that. For this reason, scientists have been trying to identifying biomarkers that will allow us to diagnose Alzheimer’s at an earlier stage, prior to the onset of cognitive symptoms. 365 more words