Heartbreaks and therapy!

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Since past few days, I have been writing two sentences and deleting it. My emotions are ready to be poured like the rain during spring season. But I lacked enthusiasm and confidence to… Continue reading

You Were There

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You were there But I didn’t know Totally unaware Unable to grow. Constantly being shown I just couldn’t see You were there Always calling me. I had to hit bottom Before I was… Continue reading

Are we insane?

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Originally posted on the red ant:
What kind of world do we live in, are we buying this B*S*?  Sugar is a poison but marijuana is good for you and must be legalized.…

Carl and Catherine

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Chapter One “Let the water calm you..NO…STOP PANI..KING…JUST..DOWN!!!” I wished he would shut up, I honestly did but I watched him carry on teaching the little girl – who clearly wasn’t interested –… Continue reading

“From Earth to Humans”

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Humans, what have you done to me? You are destroying me, can’t you see? I am dying day by day Your cruel actions are taken me away Piece by piece, breath by breath… Continue reading

We gather our past in clutter

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Originally posted on the red ant:
I may have mentioned Marie Kondo and her magical tidy method a few times before. ‘ere’s the rub: When you are young you mainly look forward.  You…

Do not ever settle for less

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One fine evening when my long distance boyfriend called me up he said it was very important and that we needed to talk right away. I wondered what was so important that he… Continue reading

How the Heyerdahl…

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Originally posted on the red ant:
I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while. Kon-Tiki has been on my to-read list ever since I was a teenager; somehow I never managed…

I Pretend – A Poem

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I wear the fake face; let’s pretend I say. Let’s pretend and everything will be fine. Slowly though I am crushed by the weight of that guise I wear. I feel this weight… Continue reading

The End

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I watch your hand slip out from mine And hate that your touch lingers on my finger tips I want to grasp And I try.. But a nano-second too late. I think of… Continue reading