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I wake in the morning

I wake in the morning
and do not like my own face.
I sit back down at the desk and keep writing.

I walk around reading some words aloud… 41 more words

Poetry

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We remember and forget things on a daily basis. If we could retain everything we have ever remembered—or perhaps never forget it in the first place—we would be different beings. 582 more words

Writing

Anna rises

in the morning
Anna rises
naked
to stretch
arms encircling light
as the room
breathes her scent
then exhales her
into the world

Other Writing

Waking

What I wake up to always changes, it seems. I will hear my own thoughts, saying, “put on your pants,” and then I would imagine doing so, and then later, after I stood in front of the mirror and brushed my teeth, I realized that the sink water didn’t feel cold, and I would realize I had been in bed the whole time. 264 more words

Dumb Dreams

I wake to sleep

The Waking

Theodore Roethke

I wake to sleep, and take my waking slow.

I feel my fate in what I cannot fear.

I learn by going where I have to go. 59 more words

2017.1.3 First Day at Georgia Pacific

Worrying about the next day, I made sure to fall asleep right at 10:30. This meant that I took 3 melatonins at 10 pm and was in bed by 10:15 pm. 421 more words

Naples’ sleeping volcano might be waking up

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Waking up is, in the sage words of Sum 41, hard to do. The experience leaves many of us temporarily irritable, such that many of us choose to leave certain loved ones alone until they’ve had time to completely reach a conscious state. 713 more words

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