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January 2, 2018

I’d grown to refer to myself as the Grim Reaper. Sure, I may not be the one doing the taking, but did that matter? My whole life a certain preternatural knowing has gripped me in a way most people would often dread or fear, but to me it’s a gift, a talent, an understanding that keeps me grounded. 540 more words

Writing

Effort, or the Lack Thereof

iI am, I promise, going to put up that poetry tab very soon. Until that time comes, I will just post one of my poems. I wrote this one about ten years ago and edited it about two days ago. 105 more words

Survival

Running

Walking

Breathing

Water

Changes

Popping pills

Changes

Hair thinning

Avoiding mirrors

Scales are liars

Food?

Only to

Nourish

Indulged

X-ray

Blood work

Charts records… 50 more words

You can never fully cheat death.

Only temporarily. Death is no fool. Dodge him all you want but he will always slip his dick in your ass eventually.

Some of you may be into that sort of thing. 65 more words

Shallow

I took a shallow dive
To make me feel alive
But the bottom broke my nose
My arm, my leg, my toes

I took a shallow swim… 82 more words

Poetry

June Author Interview - April White

Hey, please welcome April White as today’s feature!

April White has been a film producer, private investigator, bouncer, teacher and screenwriter. She has climbed in the Himalayas, lived on a gold mine in the Yukon, and survived a shipwreck. 1,559 more words

April White

When the Words dry up

Bad words, bad, bad words.

Normally I use that sentence in place of a curse word, but this time around, I’m chastising the words that I’ve been chasing around for the past week. 922 more words