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Anxiety: What I think may help anxiety...

Woke up feeling horrendous this morning even though had a good night last night.

Last night with a friend down Thames Court Pub having a stroll by the river and a drink talking about life and getting a female perspective on things. 646 more words


Opus Posthumous

One of the poems from my short series on Wallace Stevens. Here we have Wallace returning from the dead. In the category Mining the Library of Babel… 569 more words


The Lara Jean Series

I’d heard of the Lara Jean series since they are very popular. I was not, however, expecting to fall in love with the characters and storyline, not to the mention the book covers. 414 more words


My Life Companion Meant The World's Death, Part Five

I don’t know how Salanth knew the things that she taught me. I didn’t think to ask at the time, but now the thought haunts me. 182 more words

Flash Fiction


We’ve been witness to God’s magnificent creation this week, as we’ve traveled from Minnesota through three states to reach South Carolina.  Both of us have been showing our age, as knees and hips ache and refuse to move as they should.  290 more words

Dealing with Loss - the Trans Perspective

As a trans person people regularly talk about the loss of an unaccepting family when they come out and the grief this causes them. However no one talks about the loss of  a family member and the true grief of death throughout this ordeal. 750 more words

Ethereal Planes

Above fields, bright paper planes fly
While dark the shadows dance below.
Like dreams released come morning’s rise
Above fields, bright paper planes fly.
In silence waits the blackened sky, 22 more words