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sour taste in my mouth 

there’s a sense of freedom in losing, liberation in hurt.it took me by surprise and as such it let me go..

there’s no meaning to it; even if my words masked it with reasons, there could never be. 21 more words

Expressive Writing

For the Week of September 17, 2017: "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues"

Don’t wish it away
Don’t look at it like it’s forever
Between you and me I could honestly say
That things can only get better… 1,156 more words

Expressive Writing

The Old Man and the Mountain

The sky was black, flashing with silent bursts of lightning. The air was quiet and there were no stars above. Alone on a mountain, an old man was crying. 458 more words

Jew

little girl

little girl, you’re in pain.

grieving for the losses of the years.

you and your daddy issues,

and even mommy didn’t give you enough hugs and kisses till you cried yourself to sleep each night. 106 more words

Expressive Writing

For the Week of September 10, 2017: Lost & Found

 Dear Readers,

Apologies to you all as this week is a repost from 2016.  However, given the circumstances that prompted me to return to earlier content, I’m hoping you’ll understand.  712 more words

Expressive Writing

i loved her,

i love her.

i love her with all my being, indeed.. mere words can’t explain how i’d pace around the Sloan Great Wall just to prove the slightest comprehensible sense of my love for her, her eyes, hair and scent; smile and voice.. 27 more words

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For the Week of September 3, 2017: Navigating the Process of Recovery

Pick yourself up…

Take a deep breath…

Dust yourself off                      

And start all over again.

Pick yourself up…

(From “Pick Yourself Up,” lyrics by Jerome Kern & Dorothy Fields) 1,519 more words

Writing To Heal