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Poetry 101 Rehab: Partitions

Partition; nothing more than
A dividing line in the sand
I drew in my childhood.

Memories that haven’t quite been
washed away by the tide of time, 65 more words


thriving, times five

after i left it
was five days before i thrived,
breaking thoughts apart.


thriving: five months on,
free of you – but you’ll never… 48 more words


When sometimes it helps to forget

Sometimes to make progress in our creative thinking we need to forge ahead in a new direction, setting aside and even forgetting what we’ve tried in the past. 421 more words

Idea Landscapes

Sunday Funday!

Yesterday was a fun day, I made way too much food but that’s all good. I have food for today and some other days! Which requires less preparing. 170 more words


Struggle to wake

Summer morning into mourning
In twisting and yearning
Struggle to present the smallest of faces
To keep from knocking on your door
Your passionless castle… 34 more words


Quote for Today: Daphne du Maurier

We can never go back again, that much is certain. The past is still close to us. The things we have tried to forget and put behind us would stir again, and that sense of fear, of furtive unrest, struggling at length to blind unreasoning panic – now mercifully stilled, thank God – might in some manner unforeseen become a living companion as it had before. 10 more words

Quote For Today

Sometimes Forgetting is a Blessing: Review of 'Love Water Memory'

What if you woke up and had no clue who you were, where you came from, who your family was?

I think for a lot of people that would be a tragedy, but for some people—people like Lucie Walker—it might be a blessing. 568 more words

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