Monthly Archives: August 2021

Who She’d Be

They told her she’d never be good enough, that her worthiness qualified her for nothing. They judged, seeing her like the world, through their hatred, insisting in whispers, she was less than human. Who would she be, if being her … Continue reading

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The One Story Element I Never Plan

This blog post might be a complete disaster, proving once and for all why I’ve procrastinated in writing it for a couple of years. The element of which I speak is humor (or humour, which my spellcheck doesn’t like). What … Continue reading

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Shades of Timeless

Shades of thoughts raining, settling as glistening behind the chaos, within her mind, connected to her spirit, to her soul. Breaths in and out, but none she could recall, the moment timeless because there was no moment at all. Thoughts … Continue reading

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