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  • NYE

    Posted August 1, 2019 by Meg and Ion

    3 Comments 2 Likes 123 Views

    I am no of importance to you on this new years eve, on this new years day. And while I seek nothing more than conversation and friendship, you seek feeding a malnourished ego. I cannot force you to be my friend, Read More...

  • I, She, Me

    Posted June 6, 2019 by Tamera Currington

    3 Comments 1 Like 116 Views

    I....She....Me This girl had already seen and experienced so much. She smiles but her eyes tell a story of uncertainty. Deep down she wonders if she is enough and if she is, why no one loves her enough to show it. Read More...

  • The Secretariat in You

    Posted April 15, 2019 by Dr. Debi Hamlin

    3 Likes 92 Views

    The Secretariat in You On Saturday evening past, I watched one of my favorite movies, Secretariat, a 2010 film directed by Randall Wallace, now showing on Netflix.  I tend to reach for this film when not in the flo Read More...

  • Nothing Like What Has Been

    Posted April 9, 2019 by Danielle Shepherd

    16 Comments 1 Like 126 Views

    I've just awakened from a dream. I was singing. I was dancing and I was back on the stage. It was almost as if it was real. I was there. I was there in that moment. There was an echo that only one could hear being on st Read More...

  • Under the Wings of Insanity

    Posted April 6, 2019 by Danielle Shepherd

    7 Comments 4 Likes 96 Views

    Under The Wings of Insanity By Lady Dee Under the wings of insanity Rests the desperation of our ancestors The unbelievable story Of our past beliefs Of unheard denial Our Mothers and Grandmothers Stretchin Read More...

  • This Girl is on Fire

    Posted April 1, 2019 by Ambra Rená

    3 Comments 8 Likes 81 Views

    WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE. Today was not the best day at all. I will spare you all the miniscule bullshit that happened at work, but that shit definitely adds up. What had me pissed off all day long Read More...

  • Out From the Shadows

    Posted March 30, 2019 by Danielle Shepherd

    3 Comments 1 Like 102 Views

    Out From The Shadows Lady Dee I watched her walk out from the shadows. The darkness is her cover; her friend and her enemy. The night is her guide. As I called to her she looked suspiciously around, not understan Read More...

  • Adventures of Robert & Kei

    Posted March 24, 2019 by Robert Malone

    1 Comment 2 Likes 73 Views

    The adventures of Robert & Kei. Installment#? Well last March it was time for the good old yearly auto inspection. In our Comminwealth of Massachusetts they require vehicle inspections yearly so they can scam $35 from u Read More...

  • The Art of the Needle

    Posted March 18, 2019 by Kei Malone

    4 Comments 4 Likes 72 Views

    I remember when I fell in love with fabric. I was six years old, and my grandmother brought me to a little fabric shop in Japan. The scent and the colors completely filled my senses. My grandmother brought me to a sectio Read More...

  • NCAA March Madness -- The Flora Formula

    Posted March 14, 2019 by Todd Flora

    2 Likes 70 Views

    As several of my close friends are aware, every year since 1988, my dad and I operated what we thought a much more enjoyable way to experience and compete with the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket (a.k.a. & Read More...

  • The Butterscotch Candy

    Posted March 6, 2019 by Danielle Shepherd

    13 Comments 3 Likes 94 Views

    She stood 4’11 and he was 6’2. There may have been an enormous difference in their height, but their hearts had little space between them. Two wonderful people that came together and made a great life. Together they buil Read More...

  • She Was High

    Posted March 2, 2019 by Danielle Shepherd

    7 Comments 4 Likes 83 Views

    She Was High By Lady Dee I watched as she tried to wrap her hands around the child that was her own. Her love for him was obvious, but so was her self-hatred. Can both actually co-exist? I am not sure, but I kno Read More...