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Running with the Devil

As I turned a corner in the road and caught sight of the ski slope, my spirits sank.  This was not going to be easy. 1,302 more words

Races

Your Beast of Burden

Your Beast of Burden, 07/24/2015, Deon Mumple

The ponderous load restricts in every way,
I am forced to carry my burden, march,
I fall and try to drag myself, my chain, 82 more words

Depression

Vanishing Point

One vanishing point. A road stretches into eternity for none have found its end. An old man gazes into its horizon, where rolling clouds under the ocean blue sky met the orange of the desert. 80 more words

Fiction

Rolling Along

Poor old Sisyphus.

The eternal uphill task.

Can’t get his rocks off.

Humor

The Myth of Sisyphus

ALBERT CAMUS

From the moment absurdity is recognized, it becomes a passion, the most harmonious of all. It is not the world that is absurd, nor human thought but when then human need to understand meets the unreasonableness of the world, like when my appetite for the absolute and for unity meets the impossibility of redusing this world to a rational and reasonable principle. 6 more words

Greek Canadian Writers

Life at the end of the curve

This is part rant and part just stomped-into-the-ground discouragement. But it is a dark gloomy rainy day here, and Monday to boot, so….

First a math lesson. 1,419 more words

Warlords Of Draenor

Failure

If my nerve had not failed that day when I wanted to show off in front of my brothers, by leaping from the top of the railroad trestle into the river, I would be dead. 684 more words

Morning Exercise