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Bi Visibility Day 2017: Erasure

What time is it? It’s BiVisibilty Day time! I’ve spoken a little about my own experiences growing up in both my 2015 and 2016 post, so I’m not going to repeat myself too much here. 1,303 more words

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Dark Matters

“I don’t need you to talk me out of this and convince me that I’m nuts right now, okay?” Irene said, panting.

It wasn’t the first time Irene had come back from campus early–bursting into the apartment like she’d just run from the bulls in Pamplona–with a, “Just hear me out first.” Of course, there were also the times she’d popped up beside Abby’s bed in the dead of night, ripping her poor roommate from peaceful sleep with some supposed urgent predicament, whispering a, “Okay, I know you’re mad but I can’t worry about that right now.” 1,350 more words


Phillip Medhurst's Bible in pictures 099 "By the rivers of Babylon"

By Harold Copping (1863-1932) from “The Gospel in the Old Testament” (Religious Tract Society 1908). Original painting location unknown.


the willow

Sickened by her own reaction, grinding growling jealousy

Punctuated with panging panic

White knuckled grip sustaining trembling composure

Voice exits her stealthily lest her better mind gain chance to censor… 108 more words


Willow Wednesday: Merrick Wet Foods

Happy Wednesday! This week I’m going to be chatting about the nightmare that was my experience with Merrick food. We tried out a couple of different flavors, and each one was worse than the last. 401 more words



We have a new little! She is sad and lonely, and wants to be called Willow. She is the one who misses her willow tree, who saw it cut down and cried in her room over it, who wanted to die along with it. 1,112 more words

On the cliffs

For there on the cliffs, high above the translucent sea, the willows nutmeg tree is once again setting its roots, bursting into flower each spring and filling the air with a heady, languorous scent.

~Giles Milton