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“All great storytellers have in common the freedom with which they move up and down the rungs of their experience as on a ladder. A ladder extending downward to the interior of the earth and disappearing into the clouds.” 

Walter Benjamin

How To Write

Hozier - Better Love

‘Cause there’s no better love
That beckons above me, there’s no better love
That ever has loved me, there’s no better love
So darling, feel better love…
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Music & Lyrics

Mind and Heart

unaccountably we are alone
forever alone
and it was meant to be
that way,
it was never meant
to be any other way–
and when the death struggle…

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Poetry

Leave the light on

Nobody sleeps when my brother departs the house. He takes the light with him. Or the dark, I am not sure. It is cliche that a black body must carry some slice of the day’s circadian rhythm and so he does, for we are Earth’s first people. 96 more words

Neurosis

Handyman

A man whom I annoyingly adored had the most singularly ugly
hands I’d ever seen. They were tiny in comparison to mine, preternaturally pre-pubescent;
I counted five and then four fingers like he was my new-born child (the fifth… 1,079 more words

Short Stories

“We see things not as they are, but as we are.”

– Anais Nin

Aphorisms