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Well Worn Path

“Don’t choose to walk the well-worn path to regret. Be amongst the few who dare to follow their dreams!” Steve Maraboli

Scenic

kill count

the road splatters red, and i glance to the side

to see the remains of some creature that’s died

it isn’t my doing, yet the guilt still bubbles… 230 more words

Writing

In Plain Sight

I was living in a world

where I was fooling myself

believing everything was

grand including life itself.

Then reality came along

to make me look again… 91 more words

Blogging

the thicket

roots and mud and

crumbled leaves

make the thicket of my life.

where I have put down roots

and pulled them up out of fear… 24 more words

A Poem of Regret

From the day we met at the zoo

To the day we both said I do

I’ve searched and searched

But there’s still no one like you. 200 more words

The Lunch Bag

September

The city felt lonely. I walked aimlessly down the busy streets as a tourist analyzing the city as a potential home. It was hard to imagine moving my entire family to this foreign place: much more urban, a different language, no friends or family to be heard of. 2,331 more words

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15: telepathic conversations

I don’t want the world to change.  It has changed because I’ve come into it but I’d keep very quiet and small and the rest could stay as it is; I’d accommodate to it. 1,780 more words