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Stumble

I keep ending up back in this place that I know — a dungeon of my own making, a place wherein I feel myself bound, muffled, and no matter how familiar the landscape, I know I will stumble, and I … Continue reading

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100 Words: Deserves

An electrical cord around the throat will not kill you if you cannot find a way to tighten the noose. It is hard to make the cord make knots when your hands are shaking. Misery makes your hands shake. Life … Continue reading

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I will be

What is it we are running from if not the hatred we see in one another’s eyes? What is it we are dying from if not the weapons we wield against one another? Save me, sell me, make me into … Continue reading

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Oppressive/PushPull

In all this time, after all this time, because of all this time, all the time, always, I am hearing your voice telling me hush, telling me shh, telling me no, telling me be quiet, telling me don’t talk, telling … Continue reading

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100 words: Who We Are

A collection of intense electric impulses, washes of hormones within a body that cannot fully encapsulate a mind left breathless by both touch and wonder, left stunned by both beauty and horror. Moments of decision, moments of indecision; moments of … Continue reading

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