Monthly Archives: December 2013

Simply Rich

Such a beautiful sunset, rich in simplicity. A few sweet details, more than enough to make it memorable. It was what I needed most…pure, clean, easy to be present for. I focused on what it was giving me, literally and … Continue reading

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Beautiful, but so very cold when I touched it. Misleading, it turned out to be nearly hollow. Everything inside it drained out as soon as I tipped it a little. I took some photos so I would remember, then shattered … Continue reading

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Bleeding Freedom

I picked at myself, mercilessly digging ragged nails deep into my flesh, an endless cycle of scratches and scabs and scars. I needed something, anything, to dig into me deeper than you did. I made everything bleed, little places, small … Continue reading

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