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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

Misguided Ghost

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Songs and scents are like bookmarks. Or at least I think so. A single song or a single scent can awaken all the memories hidden in that part of my mind that says don’t… Continue reading

Just a Secret

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Oh, you have my heart. But you can keep it. Please keep it. It’s all yours. Keep it safe, is all I ask.I am so glad I met you. Stay here now, and… Continue reading

About Her

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I want to write about you, without writing about you. I want to make you sound like you are non-existent, a mystery. Maybe foreign. You’re too much for me, but I can’t have… Continue reading

Rattle, rattle

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If I were to tell you what it’s like to be a woman, would you care to listen? In one sentence I will tell you that, being a woman is somewhat similar to… Continue reading

Something, anything

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Being awkward isn’t something I inherited, or learned even, I was born that way. Just the way I was born littered with birthmarks all over my body. But I can teach you, if… Continue reading

I need feminism because…

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My tumblr has been flooded with posts of people in general/feminists  holding up sign boards declaring why they need feminism. Having considered myself a feminist during the summer (trying my best to remain a… Continue reading

Life, it gets better

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Dear readers, Help is possible. You are not alone in any battle you’re fighting. I promise you that. You will get through whatever it is you’re going through. I know it, because I’ve… Continue reading

Womanhood

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A teenage girl has enough strength to empower the world, tell me again how you thought a woman was defined by her bra size? For a while now, I’ve had a thought just… Continue reading

This is Me

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High school is different, I was once told. But it is not, or was not, not for me. University is different, said my favourite teacher. But it is not, not for me. Every… Continue reading