Tag: poetry

On Moving On…

I don’t remember much of last winter. I was too buried in grief colder than any squall. The sharp bite of bitter wind was a welcome distraction from the sickness of my heart. I put all the things he gave me in the back of my closet, not brave enough to throw them in the

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In Case You Missed It | 2018 Blog Post Recap

As this year comes to a close, it is a perfect opportunity to look back at the progess we’ve all made and the things we have created. I have gone back through my blog and reread all of my posts. I am still in disbelief that I have been able to stick with it for

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Nothing Is Okay

“I wish him a lifetime of safety and platitudes, a soundtrack of fluorescent lights humming. I do not wish him me, though. Never me again.” Dry Cake Wishes and Tap Water Dreams Rachel Wiley speaks to everyone who has ever been made to feel like they weren’t good enough in a past relationship. And she

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Haiku Horizons | Weekly Prompt: “Smart”

I have decided to play with the meaning of the word “Smart” for these Haikus. My theme for both is femme fatale, the women with blood red lips and sharp eyes, high fashion and a bitter vendetta to seize the world by its jewels and never let go. Cheers to the badass bitches that take

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Pages And Poetry

Ever since I was eight years old I wanted to grow up to be a cigarette Because it was the only thing my father could never abandon. –The Heart of a Comet, Pages Matam I would love to post a picture of him, but they are all copywrite and I don’t want to steal anyone’s

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