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Castle Of Glass

My siblings were ruthlessly murdered,
while my mother hid me, then she slowly disappeared.
Only the crimson blood flooded through the lonely streets,
I got terrified and ran away, struggling to escape the madness. 293 more words


FIT@50 / Week 80: Being Human

FIT@50 / week 80

Being Human:

I’m going to take a breather on this one. This week’s FIT@50 is probably best spent just being human. I’ve come to understand that it’s okay to just be human. 420 more words


Preventing Falls – New Tools and Resources

Now that it is fall, let’s talk about falls. September 22 (or the first official day of fall each year) is national Falls Prevention Awareness Day. 987 more words


Freedom: Microfiction

Ilya Repin. “What Freedom!” , via Wikimedia Commons

Sergei took Vera’s hand and pulled her toward the sea. Vera had never before seen him looking so relaxed in his uniform. 203 more words


Notes from the Shrink's Chair: Jimmy

artwork by Francesca Strange

Notes from the Shrink’s Chair: Jimmy/Antonia

Dedicated to C.J., my heroine and a true bastion for bravery

OPEN SCENE: Right of frame, gloomy lighting. 1,113 more words


Mourns From Beyond

If tears could bring back the dead, then I wouldn’t still be lying in this wooden box on this wet August afternoon in this overcrowded community church. 335 more words


Children's Hospital

September is Histiocytosis and Children’s Cancer Awareness month

“Children’s hospital” is an oxymoron–not just two words that don’t belong together, but a thing that shouldn’t have to exist at all. 365 more words