• holding hands
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    “I love you,” you said.   I became short of breath.“What do you love?”I asked.    “I love you,”you said, smiling.   “What parts of me don’t you love?” I asked sheepishly.   “I love you,” you kept saying, passing your hand through my unkempt hair.   “You don’t love my unkempt hair,”I protested.   “I love ...
  • give thanks
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    Staying grateful can be difficult. I have put together a list of 24 blessings that people can be thankful for. The holiday of Thanksgiving which takes place in America on the 24th of November. Holiday festivals. All of the colors and the lights, and happy times make everyone feel warm and fuzzy. Warm blankets. Warm ...
  • the flower of life
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    the wheel turnsmoving from renewal to deatha cycle that is unendinglife and death in full harmony sometimes the cycle ends with crisp coldnessother times its the blazing heatseasons come and seasons gosuch is the circle of life we often forget the cycletoo wrapped up in our problemstake a moment and realizethat when life ebbs it ...
  • A snow-covered mountain range far in the north.
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    Javana screamed. Not a someone please help me cry, but a blood-curling ‘put me out of my misery’ shriek.
  • old shack in the forest
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    Content Warning: Drug Use “Alright, so we agree that there’s more shit goin’ on than meets the eye on this plane of existence,” Tim said before he took another drag of the joint and passed it over to Declan. The two friends sprawled comfortably on the floor of the old farmhouse shack they’d laid claim ...
  • The Sky
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    Today I traveled to the stars and touched the outer limits of the universe’s Milky Way. There I opened a magical storybook that traversed the mysteries of my bedazzled mind.My unraveled visions were impelled by a strong solar storm originating in the Atlantic Ocean, from beyond the windswept Isle of Wight. Then within my perceptive ...
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    Turkeytown, a small turkey community in California, was home to several thousand toms, hens, jakes, and jennies. These weren’t just any turkeys. Rather, they were talking turkeys, communicating like humans. Although, it wasn’t acceptable to reference them as being human-like since Turkeytown turkeys feared humans. Such comparisons weren’t well-received. The rafter of turkeys all lived in perfect harmony. Well, ...
  • A snow-covered mountain range far in the north.
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    I… I lost my thoughts for a while. We were in a different place. I want to go home. Javana sniffed. What was the incredible scent? My stomach growled. No. That came out of my mouth. I sound like an animal.
  • MOTHERHOOD
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    She gave her birth, breathed life into her. Fed, caressed, soothed, punished. Comforted again. She got her to believe in all things unreal or what seemed real. But today, child’s grown enough to be self-reliant. She needs no womb, no feeds, nor caresses. Her own strength guides her, and she forms her own beliefs. Mother ...
  • Plane in clouds
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    I’m finally holding on to letting go.  What is the power of letting go? Well, when you have to find your own power, when you feel powerless, you learn how strong you really are. About a month ago, I did something crazy. I got on a plane and went halfway across the United States without ...