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Musical observation

When sorrows cloud your eyes and you can’t see beyond darkness, there is something still to feel if even all your senses are shut down, since all the human soul consists of is just over-sensitivity that never must be silenced or shut down; for feelings are life’s definite necessities without which you can’t love or live. That sensitivity is brought to some acuteness by the sense and sensitivity for music, a perfect ear discerning any ...
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/ / Poetry / No Comments on Musical observation / 112 words / /

Socio (second half)

Shannon is a very average woman who doesn’t have much money. Dr. Angelica Warren is a wealthy specialist with a luxury high-rise condo. When Shannon loses her apartment to a fire in her gang-infested neighborhood, Dr. Warren is quick to take her in. Suddenly, Shannon has everything…a safe neighborhood, gourmet food, access to medical care, tons of amenities, the freedom to work at home, and a spectacular view from her posh new home. Shannon is ...
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/ / Fiction, Mystery, suspense / 2 Comments on Socio (second half) / 8354 words / /

Only Party Talk?

A love pome ...
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/ / Poetry / No Comments on Only Party Talk? / 344 words / /

Talking to Herons

The only Lake in the Lake District ...
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/ / Poetry / No Comments on Talking to Herons / 102 words / /

Hourglass

  ‘thirteen…fourteen..fifteen…eighteen.’ I counted my steps wrong again as I climbed to the second floor of Moonlight clinic. I’ve always been bad with numbers and calculations. As my father would say, ‘Mishti, you must know one who’s weak in calculation falls weak in every other discipline too.’ I never cared about those words from the retired Headmaster and I chose to take admission in Swarupananda College of Arts and Commerce. I panted with the increasing ...
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Because

This was written about a time when I was young and rather romantic, falling in love with all the wrong sort of people. I sometimes wonder how I made it in to adulthood. But it was fun as I recall ...
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/ / playful, Poetry, romance / No Comments on Because / 163 words / /

The Glimpse

A glimpse of a comeback... You entered just to show yourself and then turned back around and went, as if the only meaning of your presence was to show that you existed in your total love and beauty, giving just a glimpse of the ideal, as if it was a dream of perfect love to just appear and vanish instantly; and yet, that glimpse was quite enough for love to enter and to last eternally, ...
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/ / Poetry / No Comments on The Glimpse / 83 words / /

Socio (first half)

Shannon is a very average woman who doesn’t have much money. Dr. Angelica Warren is a wealthy specialist with a luxury high-rise condo. When Shannon loses her apartment to a fire in her gang-infested neighborhood, Dr. Warren is quick to take her in. Suddenly, Shannon has everything…a safe neighborhood, gourmet food, access to medical care, tons of amenities, the freedom to work at home, and a spectacular view from her posh new home. Shannon is ...
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The Love Song of Donald J Trump

A bit late for Valentine's Day, but anyway ...
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/ / Poetry / 8 Comments on The Love Song of Donald J Trump / 90 words / /

Waiting For Lou

Waiting to surprise an old lover, Cilla style.   =================================================== Sitting alone, eyes flicking clock to cafe door sipping Americano black suit, shirt, shoes and shades the essence of cool waiting for Lou   Count-down December till waking to find a tangerine crammed hanging ankle sock maybe a toffee too is how it feels waiting for Lou   Thirty years since she made promises then left me registrar and witnesses clock watching corridor pacing waiting for ...
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/ / Poetry / 3 Comments on Waiting For Lou / 145 words / /

Guidelines

How can love be mortal when it is timelessness itself? True lovers live forever and survive their deaths with eloquence and only get the better of it, love being such a medicine that kills mortality. There is but one confusion, then, in love, and that is to believe you are confused when actually the labyrinth of love can only lead you right. The only difficulty is to stick to it, maintain the truth and keep ...
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/ / Poetry / No Comments on Guidelines / 88 words / /

Ageing agonies

Skin has folded in sheets wrinkles writing off the once-upon-a-time nimble, agile text hormones not in harmony words come out from the depth of truth. Civilization doesn’t need verity it masks in aesthetic ingenuity asks me to hide my brown leaf like a copied story with desperate colors lying in layers o why can’t I move free of what use then is technology is it a crime to be born before you made me a ...
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/ / Poetry / 4 Comments on Ageing agonies / 154 words / /

Have No Anger

Another deep and dark one comes to be! Have no anger.have no fear. I am not the first and will not be the last. To walk this short and narrow path. I am amongst friends now, Those who know me as me. They see only me, no agenda... They question not who I am!! They judge not what I say but what I do. I live with them I breathe with them everything we share ...
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/ / Non-Fiction / 85 words / /