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the hiding game 

across the tracks
wearing sunglasses even though
we’re inside
you’re propped in your own world
as am i –
on the train, heading
opposite directions… 115 more words

Poetry

The Guy on the Motorcycle

I’m just the guy on the motorcycle. You may not be able to tell if I’m a man or a woman, young or old or even how long I’ve been riding, but I’m a motorcyclist nonetheless. 485 more words

Motorcycle

Theatre Review: I See You

This review can be found on the Afridiziak website.

I See You by Mongiwekhaya at the Royal Court is a play I was excited about seeing due to first time director  whose acting triumphs have had me curious about her. 685 more words

A Little Boy and a Haircut.

You are just a little boy with an impish face but the features of a man are there, hidden in the cuteness, like a almost transparent overlay that every so often catches the light just right and you can see the picture of you decades from now. 971 more words

Aria E. Appleford Blogs

A Little Boy and a Haircut.

You are just a little boy with an impish face but the features of a man are there, hidden in the cuteness, like a almost transparent overlay that every so often catches the light just right and you can see the picture of you decades from now. 971 more words

Ensoul

The Light of Resurrection

Waiting for spring, hanging off the northeast end of the U.S. mainland, it’s a challenge to get into an Easter frame of mind. The dark is still holding sway over the light, and resurrection-thinking requires a muscular faith. 306 more words

Guest Post

Scandal (S05E14): “I See You”

Review: Times have changed. I remember when Jake was keeping an eye on Olivia and following her every move. Well Olivia is returning the favor. She has Quinn and Charlie install camera’s in Jakes apartment, while she is having dinner with papa Pope, Jake and his new fiancée to celebrate their engagement. 1,159 more words

TV Series