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amnesia.

time flies

weeks go by

nights grow longer

our memories have now

become a blur in my mind

replaying bits and pieces

of our story in my head… 10 more words

Love

Letter to my Past

I just wish you would have fought for me. I just wish you would have fought for us. Even up until now, you’re still letting me walk away. 189 more words

Love

Apprenticed to my Mother: the final curtain

Mum’s birthday was, she was proud to tell anyone, Trafalgar Day – 21st October. She exalted in British History and, while not dewy-eyed as to the wondrous gift to the world that was the British Empire (her view) she considered, on balance, it was a good thing. 1,576 more words

Miscellany

THE LAST FRAGILE WHISPER

“It will be a wonderful life with you,” the bride  whispers  confidently.

“Hush, little baby, mama’s darling child,”  mother coos softly.

“Go back and brush your teeth now,” mother scolds sternly. 111 more words

Write Like There is No Tomor...

Hugh Hefner’s death has really hit me hard.  I have not been able to look at my pristine copy of Playboy with Marge Simpson on the cover without reaching for some tissues and with tears in my eyes.  968 more words

Humor

Last Words

Today, I returned to what just might be my favorite art installation I have ever seen.

I discovered this exhibit a couple weeks ago when it was advertised by my school. 722 more words

Art

TWIJ: I Commit My Spirit

“Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” This quote (Luke 23:46) troubles those who ascribe to the Adventist doctrine that both body and spirit cease function upon death. 1,041 more words