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Sometimes I wish I could forget
All the moments I do

When nostalgia evoked
Pleasant memories
That now seek to sink me further.


Therein lies the beating heart.

As far as love goes, her heart was void. She keeps a little place inside herself for those moments she remembers. Barely a day goes by when she doesn’t think about how hard her heart used to beat, how the joyous infection spread under the shine of the sun and travelled worldwide on the faintest of breeze, gracing all those who felt its touch. 65 more words


Past Tense

They say there’s no time like the present

But the past remains our time keeper

They say promises are made to be broken

(Making liars of us all) 10 more words

Thoughts Of The Day

Diesel and Common Celebrate Their New Fragrance

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Yet another former financial institution played venue for a raging hip-hop fashion event last night, as Common took the stage at Capitale (the onetime Bowery Savings Bank) to entertain party-goers celebrating the progressive launch of L’Oreal/Diesel’s new men’s fragrance, Only the Brave. 142 more words

Digging your own grave

To destroy someone’s life is to be digging your own grave as fast as you can – don’t be surprised if no one tries to stop you.   130 more words

Post-Thanksgiving Thoughts

Are we beginning to forget?

I’ve been following the Syrian Refugee Crisis tag in my Reader, and I’ve noticed a steady downturn in the number of posts dealing with the subject. 417 more words

Through A Glass Darkly

Remember Sean Taylor

April 1, 1983 – November 27, 2007

Arundhati Roy’s jarringly magnificent novel, The God of Small Things, has a character called Ammu who dies at age 31, described by the narrator as “not old, not young, but a viable, die-able age.” I read this novel recently, and any pace and rhythm I had while reading was obliterated on this simple description. 1,093 more words