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Second Moleskine, Poem XXIX

If angels spoke our language

What would be the use?

We must have something

To be the object of our faith

Compelling us to crawl out of ourselves… 20 more words


Disney Star Alyson Stoner Opens Up About Eating Disorder Battle And Her Struggle With Child Stardom

Alyson Stoner is opening up about her battle with eating disorders, recalling how being a child actor made her strive for perfection.

Stoner, 25, told… 321 more words


Second Moleskine, Poem XXVIII

Today was not

The terror of death

But the terror of a life

Lived this way

Fleeing the shadows of forests

I left

As the sun sets behind me


Drinks on the patio

The patio area lounges expectantly waiting for me in the cool evenings. The mosquitoes are absent, the candles are ready to be lit. The solar lanterns are on. 177 more words


Michael Douglas Says 'There's Been Talk' About 'Ant-Man 3'

Michael Douglas¬†could be stepping into Hank Pym’s shoes for one more movie.

The 74-year-old actor confirmed “there’s been talk” of “Ant-Man 3”, following the release of “Ant-Man and the Wasp” last June. 910 more words


Michael Keaton's Character Exploits The Profit Of 'Dumbo' In The New Look At Tim Burton's Remake

Disney fans are finally getting their first look at Michael Keaton’s character in “Dumbo”.

In the new teaser for the upcoming remake directed by Tim Burton, Keaton plays the cunning, exploitative businessman V.A. 123 more words