Monthly Archives: February 2016

Redefining “Beauty”

When I was probably a junior in high school, I wrote my own fanciful definition of beauty and posted it on my closet wall. The words were printed on different colorful scraps of paper and placed there in my closet … Continue reading

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There Is No Comrade Like A Song

There is no comrade like a song to transcend barriers, your own sentiment to feel and be its courier.   This good friend speaks all languages with a gentle, smooth tongue; How good it is in loneliness to hear your … Continue reading

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Vitality

My refrigerator is covered, rendered unrecognizable, In poetry, drafts and wise quotes.   With just a glance into my kitchen, a hungry person might guess I believe┬áthat words are as vital as food.     – T. LaReveur

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Always Moving On And Onwards

Hey there, friends. I am getting over a nasty cold/flu and do not have a great deal of energy to put into writing right now. That said, I want to share just a few little things with you: My doctor’s … Continue reading

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The Ninth Doctor (no, not Christopher Eccleston)

In an hour, I will be in an appointment with the 9th doctor I will have seen in these past 3 or so months. I have come to dread doctor’s appointments. What they typically represent to me is a feeling … Continue reading

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Letter To Myself On A Bad Day

Dear Tanya, I hear your crying and I feel your anger. I see the strength that you run with and I see the moments when your hope falters. I see it all and I feel it all with you. Know … Continue reading

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