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What I do when I don't get to hold you

Dear A,

This moment, like several others in the past two years, is one where I would give anything that is mine to give, to be next to you (and trust me, giving up that “anything” is scary) I want to hold you in my arms, run my fingers through your hair, just breathe next to you- and unlike most of the other occasions when I wish this because I want you, I want this now because I can sense that you need it. 428 more words


“But your solitude will be a support and a home for you, even in the midst of very unfamiliar circumstances, and from it you will find all your paths.”

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Quiet please #AtoZChallenge – Peculiar ‘Pen fellows’ – Quirks only a writer can understand

Quiet please 

Writers love their solitude. There’s nothing quite like being in the zone, able to give yourself over to the story without any distractions. Many writers crave the quiet, which is fine unless that develops into social isolation. 155 more words



Gazing at the ocean makes me feel small, even a little envious of the vastness

Only listening to sounds is enough to make the sunset more mystical than I can imagine… 103 more words



“Come out of your cocoon”, they said.
“Break free from your shell,
It’s time.
Spread your coloured wings wide.
Show us how bright you can be, 212 more words


From Solitude to Gratitude

I miss my wall; that beautiful stone wall

in summer; overlooking

the clover field; corn field

swaying and shushing behind me

woodchucks’ fuzzy brown heads… 148 more words