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On Solitude

Solitude.

To sit, in silence — sometimes to think, or to read, or to listen. And other times just to simply sit.

Today the skies are grey and the room around me is filled with the soft sounds of rain on the windowpane and the gusting of wind through the trees. 452 more words

Musings

I like being alone..

Horacio Jones wrote:  “I like being alone.  I have control over my own shit.  Therefore, in order to win me over, your presence has to feel better than my solitude.   344 more words

Joy

In Observation of Joy - Solitude

I am awake before my husband and son this morning.  Instead of rolling under the covers for a few more minutes of rest, I get out of bed, wrap a sweater around myself, slip on my chanclas and head outside. 357 more words

Writing

LOST

Hold me for I may not stay here

Forgive me if I disappoint you ever

Follow me to the depths of my heart

Guide me if I ever lose the right track… 30 more words

Poetry

The Thin Line Between Solitude and Isolation

Perhaps one of these days I will learn how to write about experiencing depression while it is happening. Currently, though, when I am depressed, I just feel like I’m in one of those dreams where walking is so arduous that I feel I am getting nowhere. 389 more words

Living With Depression

escape

“To live on a day-to-day basis is insufficient for human beings; we need to transcend, transport, escape; we need meaning, understanding, and explanation; we need to see over-all patterns in our lives. 114 more words

Nature