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Will it Stop? Can We Forget?

Is it possible to ever truly forget someone?

Often we find ourselves on the wrong side of a situation involving someone we care about. Oddly enough, most of the time we want to be involved in their lives only to realize we’re no longer relevant to them. 346 more words


On Forgetting

“Not the power to remember, but its very opposite, the power to forget, is a necessary condition for our existence.”  Sholem Asch


Trump, Brexit and how you rewrite your own history.

Written by Stephen Darling, lecturer at QMU

By now, the outcome of the US election has lost its novelty and, you have probably begun to acknowledge the outcome at least as a fact of life (perhaps like athlete’s foot, or my attitude to the slow, inexorable retreat of my hair). 786 more words


Insanity and Tiny Embers

I’ve been feeling very unsettled in the recent days. Thoughts of the ace have been stronger than usual. Much stronger than usual. I’ve been keeping a blog since 2012, and it seems that around this time (Right after Thanksgiving, beginning of December) every year since 2012 I’ve had intense thoughts of being with her (2013), trying to get with her (2014), or trying to get in/stay in contact with her (2015). 323 more words

Sometimes you don't know, even when you do

His lungs were still filled with air, but his mind blanked.

The piano stopped. “What happened?”

He cleared his throat. “I… nothing.” He had forgotten the words. 74 more words


#69 (dark spots on white cloth)

eerie calm


by the dense  fog

filling up the city

and my lungs

cold grey particles

leaving a wet

question mark

on an old tree trunk… 56 more words


Blink, Haiku


I consider it.

Nanosecond of cold pain

I’ll get to later.