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I came to a point

I came to a point where I needed solitude and just stop the machine of thinking and enjoying what they call living, I just wanted to lie in the grass and look at the clouds.

~Jack Kerouac


Solitude is my friend. It knows me better than anyone. It knows the amount of times I talk to myself in a day. It knows the amount of times I smile to myself. 52 more words

"Racism doesn't happen in Scotland" - they said.

The first time I can remember experiencing racism was in Switzerland. My family, as well as my friends and their families, were skiing, and decided to stop for lunch at one of the restaurants on the mountain. 1,091 more words


lone traveler

our enchanted reactions
could not have even have begun
to travel the distance –
the moon travels, silently
in the cold, alone

written by Tiny Fawns for daily prompt: solitary


Wood Panel Delight

If they could pick this house up and put it somewhere with an actual economy, I’d be sold. But then, no beach. Give and take! Loving it… 37 more words


Rainy Solitude

Your sad sweet music brings new life,
Your gentle score soothes pain and strife.
Your stubborn rage strikes hard the street,
Your rhythm sounds without retreat. 54 more words


Alone you walk through all the low,

Alone you come, alone you go;

Solitude do not satisfy,

It makes you see your own eyes;

The hardest solitary walk, 25 more words