An endless run

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We believe many times something to be over, and yet that never seems quite true. Everything seems endless. Every fight is infinite. Any dream is unattainable in its fullness. We’re running through a… Continue reading

The tenth writer on the blog is….

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Estrella Azul   She is a young emerging writer, passionate about reading, floral art and photography, with an artistic personality and a soulful outlook on life, who hopes to share with her readers… Continue reading

Wrap You In My Arms

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She carefully folds her shorts and puts them in the chair at the end of the bed, followed by her t-shirt, and finally a pair of socks tucked neatly into her shoes and… Continue reading

Today, I am small…

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Today, I am small, like a whisper said behind my back. A flower thrusting through the fall ground, reaching for the remaining warmth of the sun. Today, I am small, like a book… Continue reading

Craving Rejection (or, why we need Alexis Stewart to piss us off)

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I’m sad. Dejected, really. I had an email pop up in my inbox yesterday, a magazine I had submitted two poems to wanted me to know, “… After careful review of your poems,… Continue reading

The ninth writer on the blog is…

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Becky Sain She has been working in public education, especially with children with autism.  I’m a mother of three, Sometimes I write. That’s about it…..  When I was 13 I wrote a poem… Continue reading

One week

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It is Autumn in England. We got the hour that we lent to summer back last night, a reminder that winter is nearly here. The light will be fading by five today, even… Continue reading

Broken Connections

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My iPhone 4s is two weeks old today. I got it the day it came out because I got swept up in the hype that might see Apple’s profits hit $40bn this quarter.… Continue reading

The divided brain – joining thing up

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This was my back up plan, should I not be able to write. I am a big fan of the RSA talks generally, so it’s a double whammy when they are combined with… Continue reading

(Im)patients

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I am not a very patient patient. Illness makes me feel uncomfortably vulnerable; and it is frustrating to find that your head wants to do one thing and yet your body is saying… Continue reading