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“What Else but The Self?” — A poem

“What Else but The Self?” A poem by T. LaReveur   I picked up a cheap copy of “Self-Reliance and Other Essays” by Ralph Waldo Emerson the other day it caught my eye the term “Self-Reliance” and I thought how … Continue reading

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Tending to My Leafy, Human Self

Writing…O, precious writing. Why have I held back from you over these past several days? Instinctively ignoring my natural inclination towards writing is comparable to walking bare-bodied in public for days at a time. In nakedness, I am utterly and … Continue reading

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This one of my wonderings be

I oft do wonder, had Schumann not been disturbed, (had Beethoven not been mad) (had Plath not been darkly deep) (had Cummings not been brazen) (had Liszt not been romantic) What would music be today? (What would art be today?) … Continue reading

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Stoic

Today is my first day back at my school apartment. I will be here for two weeks because my parents and I agreed this is a better environment for me in which to spend my medical-leave time, especially since I … Continue reading

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“Man’s Search For Meaning” and other titles

“We must never forget that we may also find meaning in life even when confronted with a hopeless situation, when facing a fate that cannot be changed.” — Viktor Frankl The above excerpt is from Frankl’s book “Man’s Search For … Continue reading

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A certain autoimmune disease

I realize I’ve posted quite a bit in the past few hours, but this is blog is a major new coping skill for me, and when my chest is bursting with thought, this is where the contents will fly to. … Continue reading

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