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“Forget what hurt you in the past. But never forget what it taught you”

There is a four letter word I want to address in this post. It is a word that I am almost one hundred percent sure that we have all experienced/felt in our lifetimes and dare I say it will continue to. 630 more words

A Mere Way Station

Looking at what my life had been, I could say that it was a long train journey. I would approach the ticket booth and buy a ticket which has no destination. 359 more words

Reflection

Do not Avoid the Void

Step into the void, there’s nothing to worry

Feel the nothingness and winds free of gossips

Incalculable moments feels alien for a while

Without reflections and past perceptions… 9 more words

Poetry

Review: ABZÛ

Water levels in games are generally hated and often considered to be the worst part that no one wants to play through. Leave it to Giant Squid Studios, company founded by the art director of Journey, to make an enjoyable underwater experience. 836 more words

Game Review

Leaving Violet Town

The boy sits alone
while the carriage fills
around him. It’s a V-line,
a long haul, thundering
into morning.

Barely legible,
a chipped sign fades… 74 more words

Poem

Fifty letters of gratitude

For a couple of years before my 50th birthday I had been trying to come up with something unique and special to celebrate such milestone. Over a period of months I seriously thought about different ways to make it memorable, until the idea came to me to write 50 letters to the 50 people who had taught me the most valuable lessons during the first half century of my life. 583 more words

Family

Hiding Place

One of my all-time favorite games to play as a kid growing up in Louisiana was Hide and Seek. As the youngest, smallest kiddo in my neighborhood, I couldn’t play many games as well as the other kids. 482 more words

Building Relationships