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Weekend reverie: Love and passion: human-related, art-related, or otherwise-related

Between the words of my yoga instructors during classes last week and my grandmother’s monthly expression of concern for my relationship status, I had reason over this past weekend to once again consider the ways love does or does not exist in my life. 1,320 more words

Little Silences

When you live your life in little silences, you don’t realize how much you despise the silence being broken until it’s someone you don’t know that’s breaking it. 364 more words

Endless Realms Of Things

Sitting on the bed in my father’s house,
lonely and dissatisfied
with circumstance, the
reach of mind’s eye and heart, the last drop
of cognac liquid sleep at last… 132 more words

Poetry

From Heart to Heavens

It happens to us and to us all. We come at points in life where we are so tangled in our routines that making a long heartiest supplication becomes memory of the long lost past. 973 more words

SOLITUDE

SOLITUDE

Remind SELF do the opposite action, do not forget. If I am sad and lonely go OUT. If I lack confidence>> change body language, sit upright, make eye contact, smile and head held high.

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Eating Disorder

Silent Screams

Swimming in my pool of solitude
Declarations of complete contentment
Do you really know me
In my silence do you hear my screams
Have you noticed I am gone… 51 more words

solitude amid the thunder

Matthew 26:36-39—“Then Jesus went with them to a place called Gethsemane, and he said to his disciples, “Sit here, while I go over there and pray.” And taking with him Peter and the two sons of Zebedee, he began to be sorrowful and troubled.  312 more words

Gethsemane