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Folding Stars - a blog about loss

Tomorrow is a promise to noone

I would do anything for another minute with you because
It’s not getting easier, it’s not getting easier

I hope that you’re folding stars… 1,983 more words

Opinion

Finally, Self-Published

In 2011, a 23 year old journalist named Anthony Nicaj left his home in Mineola, NY on foot pushing a stroller full of his belongings with the intention of walking across America.

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Reminiscence

Remembering You

The six year old me had once held your hand, observing every wrinkled line and like any other curious child asked, “Is this plastic?” and you’d laughed and said yes. 928 more words

Article

Living in the past

A warm gust of wind blew a heap of carelessly swept leaves apart, and they fluttered in the wind with a graceful randomness. It was a dull autumn day, and the sun was well hidden; the neighbourhood was quiet. 1,049 more words

Short Story

THE WAIT IS OVER.

Dear Readers:
“The Waiting Game” details the relationship myths that women hear about through the generations. Women are taught that men are not attracted to strong women, and that a woman’s primary role in society is to get the man and keep him interested. 70 more words

Chapters From My Book

Selfie Saturday: Global Village

Hey, guys! 

So…surprise, surprise! I didn’t abandon this idea of mine – no, no; I was simply waiting for a worthy moment to use it for. 429 more words

Daily Blog

Cash - #SoCS Aug 13/16

“Ground floor:
Perfumery, stationery, and leather goods, wigs and haberdashery, kitchenware and food. Going up…

First floor:
Telephones, gents ready made suits, shirts, socks, ties, hats, underwear, and shoes. 367 more words

Creative Writing