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Junkyard Memories

Junkyard Memories– Image by kenne

 I been scared and battered.

My hopes the wind done scattered.

 Snow has friz me,
 Sun has baked me,

Looks like between 'em they done
 Tried to make me

Stop laughin', stop lovin', stop livin'--
 But I don't care! 6 more words

She is still here

From time to time I am wondering why I’m not like other people. I mean, why can’t I be just as emotional as others can, reading a book which supposed to be touching and sensitive, holding the napkins in one hand, wiping my tears away with every line I read? 433 more words

Book Reviews

I'm Still Here

Wow! Almost 2 years to the day of my last post. Much has happened in that time, including major health crisis that nearly cost me my life, again. 416 more words



Words are hard. I’ve been sitting here for hours trying to find the right ones to say.

I guess I will start with a disclaimer. This is in no way an attention grab or a cry for help, for me this is my outlet. 278 more words

It's Monday! What are you reading?

This is a weekly post to share what you recently finished reading, what you’re currently reading, and what you plan on reading this week. It’s hosted by Kathryn at  259 more words


BOOK REVIEW: I'm Still Here by Clelie Avit

Genre: Adult / Contemporary / Romance

Page Count: 234 pages

Publication Date: May 2015

Goodreads summary:

Elsa has been in a coma for five months. With all hope of reviving her gone, her family and doctors are having to face the devastating fact that it might be time to turn off her life support… They don’t realise that in the past few weeks Elsa has regained partial consciousness; she knows where she is and can hear everyone talking around her bed, but she has no way of telling them she’s there. 346 more words


2017 Game Review Haiku, #61 – I'm Still Here

Brand new apartment
Haunted, fish out who it is
Delightfully quick

I can’t believe I’m still doing this. I can’t believe I’ll ever stop. These game summaries in chunks of five, seven, and five syllable lines paint pictures in the mind better than any half a dozen descriptive paragraphs I could ever write. 39 more words