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Poem: Religious Wake

Echoing over nothing, it spreads like wildfire

disease of hearts and minds, rendering impotent

just opinions, silence is a symptom of malaise

as well as its effect, the still mold settles… 15 more words

Andrew Halter

Groundhog Day – The Last Fairy Tale To Die

It’s Groundhog Day.

Groundhog Day was one of the last, if not the last fairy tale to die in my younger days.

Long after Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy had been exposed as frauds, I still clung to Groundhog Day. 711 more words

Life

Goodbye, almost, to August

I can’t believe today is 8/28. I believe the Chinese believe that 8 is a lucky number.

I’m not feeling that lucky.

Yes, I get up in the morning, thank God, and stand on two feet, albeit one messed up ankle and tendon.I am blessed with two lovely fur-girls that I have to cherish every minute with because I KNOW how fleeting life is.Wednesday Jim and I will be married 14 years.I know a bunch of folks that didn’t see that amount of time together, either due to illness, death, or divorce. 97 more words

Malaise

'Blessed is the man, who having nothing to say, abstains from giving wordy evidence of the fact.' George Eliot.

I have nothing to say this week.  How sad is that?  (Well, sad to me, possibly not to you . . . )  Seriously, I have been sitting here for almost a full week… 263 more words

Titles are Overrated

Hello, and welcome to Obesity and Malaise- a blog I started because I finally have feelings again. Some of you may remember my previous blog, Don’t Take Black Coffee for Granted or whatever it was, but this will be nothing like that. 590 more words

The Feels

Senryu 15 Aug 2016

Too heavy luncheon

And this sultry, soaking, heat:

Oh, these summer woes!

Poetry

Cover Reveal: Malaise by Max Henry

Title: Malaise

Author: Max Henry

Genre: New Adult Romance

Release Date: TBD

Final exams and end of year parties don’t seem so important at your brother’s funeral.  580 more words

Cover Reveal