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P is for Poetry

Throw emotion

on a page.

Words swirl,


Bleeding out

On verbal canvas,

Paint a picture,



or regret,

Tears of joy

and sorrow, 88 more words


Type Of Girl

I take a few classes at the local college. Unless we are having a group discussion, I keep to myself. It’s not that I don’t want to make friends, but I don’t drive and I’m really only at the college to take class and then I leave. 1,052 more words


... old acquaintance but new face

We often go through a phase where one specific person becomes more or less the only excitement of ones live….it often goes as far as waiting the whole day to get home to finally chat with that someone….often the feeling isn’t mutual…. 285 more words

Self Expression

Woman In A Headscarf 1.0

*Classical harp music, blurring the edges of reality to allow a flashback*

“So… what are you hiding underneath there? A Fan?” A man asks, an amused smiled playing about his mouth. 1,000 more words

When A Writer Is Blocked

On Monday I have my very first deadline for my very first article for the Special-needs blog at parents.com. I also have performance anxiety. And Pinkeye, but that is a whole other thing. 520 more words

Special Needs

Fashion: Escaping From the Prison of Mental Illness

‘Fashion should be a form of escapism, not imprisonment’ -Alexander ‘Lee’ McQueen

I thought I would share something that I find profoundly inspiring in this post; something that has helped me through my darkest times and helps me find and express myself.

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David Brooks: When Cultures Shift

New York Times: In January 1969, two quarterbacks played against each other in Super Bowl III. Johnny Unitas and Joe Namath were both superstars. They were both from Western Pennsylvania, but they came from different cultural universes. 177 more words