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No Trespassing

Under the bleeding sun of the Louisiana sky, the humidity like mists of claret spilling out across the bayou, there lived a short sighted man. His home laid in the center of four square acres of land, well hidden from the main road by all a manner of swampland growth. 8,219 more words

Short Stories

Solitary Nocturne

I have been writing a lot lately, for putting my thoughts into words help make sense of them, and help challenge my own ideas and world view. 196 more words



Solitude is not restraining from the outside world
It’s the splendid time in your inner world
That bliss is greater than the heavenly world…

The time when u neither lie nor pretend… 93 more words

Little Thoughts


Townes van Zandt – Nothing
Delta Momma Blues (1971)

Townes van Zandt – Highway Kind
High, Low and in Between (1972)

This is probably how one best would capture the feeling of despair, depression and solitude in music.


I want my own will, and I want simply to be with my will,
as it goes towards action;
and in those quiet, sometimes hardly moving times,

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“Somewhere we know that without silence words lose their meaning, that without listening speaking no longer heals, that without distance closeness cannot cure.” ~ Henri Nouwen


“I can park it in my living room – and other reasons I live alone,” by guest writer Sprocket -- Who but You? living alone series

Why I live alone
I don’t think many of us planned on living alone as adults when we were children.  As anyone grows, they learn what they like and do not like, what they can tolerate and what they would rather not.   1,070 more words