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72 Inches

The coffee was bitter,¬†pungent, and exactly what he didn’t order.

It was a restaurant built of wood as rotten as its service.

Filled with clients who seemed determined to bewilder and stupefy. 245 more words

Prose

Life is...Birth and Death

There are two great days in a person’s life – the day we are born and the day we discover why’ -William Barclay

This is the place we all start, you, me, everyone else.

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Life

End of Part 1

At age 12, I started resisting growing up. I felt ageless, in an aging body. There was a distorted connection between the demands of my body, what society asked, and “me being”. 204 more words

Life

Hold my breath and wait

I hold my breath and wait to drown,
I fell, I failed, I stayed, I sailed
Around the world, still the same air I inhaled. 320 more words

Another poem at Algebra Of Owls

I’m really honoured that guest editor Oz Hardwick selected my poem “Ride” ¬†as the Editor’s Choice Poem of the Month for March at Algebra Of Owls. 56 more words

Poetry

~NJM Quotes~

love immeasurable, Deat inevitable, hate consuming ,want never ending~NJM~#Quotes

Bipolar Disorder

Famous & Infamous Births & Deaths 23rd April

Despite today being St George’s Day in England, King Malcolm IV of Scotland gets to start the births paragraph given he arrived in 1141. School children’s least favourite playwright William Shakespeare may not have actually been born this day in 1564, but he was baptised on it, which is seemingly the next best thing. 709 more words