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moving on is not the same as letting go

It took me so many years to leave you behind
And so many more to realise you never left
You haunt my mind, my pain, my poetry – 89 more words

Okay Is All One Is: Biased Observations on Grieving

The process of grieving is an exercise in (un)subtle dissembly. Conjuring a collective hyper-normality, each one of us staggers against the other until the moment(s) when the contradiction overtakes itself, leaving behind a muddy sort of truth: this hurts. 241 more words

Mini-Essay

4.30.2016 ~ 1200 Thread Count Sheets

Sometimes,
When I get that urge
to reach down the street
and pluck you from
your somber sleep,

I just bury my misty face in… 25 more words

Poetry & Other Creative Writing

Are you filling your bucket?

I read the book How Full is your Bucket?  http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=how+full+is+your+bucket

Others picked up on the idea of filling your own personal bucket by filling other people’s bucket. 177 more words

Coping

Heartbroken Me

I don’t even know where to start.  I feel so let down, so judged and so hurt.  Not only did I say goodbye to one of my only friends today, possibly for the last time, but one of the only other people I trust with my emotions really laid into me.  465 more words

Bipolar

Fighting to remember..

Fighting to remember….

Hero- a person, typically a man, who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities.

Heroes in the media are portrayed as fearless, invincible and having super powers. 1,045 more words

Spoonie Movie Nights -- May Schedule

Spoonie Film Club is a virtual support group for spoonies. We watch movies together online through rabb.it and chat in the sidebar. To find out more, including how to join, go… 110 more words

Coping