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Take It and Leave It

So nice it would be if we could somehow keep the warmth in the houses – for winter.

Just extract the unnecessary warmth and keep it some container for when it gets cold. 649 more words


50 Going On 100

Comfortable silences are overrated.

There. I said it. Or a dude in a song did; either way:

I don’t like to indulge them.

Not when there are a million stars and twice as many constellations, not when the air can smell like the ocean even though there isn’t one for miles and miles, not when we could be laughing or– 464 more words


Just as Much (Platonic Partners)

I rarely write poems and I tend not to publish those I write, but I’ve published this one recently elsewhere, and I decided to publish it here as well. 471 more words

This Is The Kind Of Man Your Heart Should Wait For

Chances are, you are wondering where the hell he is or whether or not he would still be able to find you. Trust me when I say that sooner or later, you will stop wondering because sooner or later, you are finally found. 724 more words

The Strange Comfort

I can’t stop gaping at my sent messages. The number seems to rise without a reply every day these days. I look back at some of the older messages wondering when I made that first introduction. 1,058 more words


Valentine's Day? More Like Galentine's Day!

(Originally published by The Martlet.)

Valentine’s Day: the one day of the year that indulges couples in sharing their love for one another through an abundance of Hallmark cards, flowers, and chocolates. 469 more words

10 types of love you must have experienced

Love- the unexplained abstract noun even after generations of Shakespeare, John Keats, Emily Dikinson. Ask a seasoned dater or a couple way into their 60th year of marriage, its definition remains undefined. 1,759 more words