Monthly Archives: November 2016

Moonlight Soul

On parted lips of moonscape night her supple sojourn beckons midnight A golden brush plunged round with sea her canvas swells segue to haunting harmonies Wave splashed tendrils orchestrate succulent shivers and shoulders splayed while bare heart quenches the blades … Continue reading

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Cycle of Violence and Trump

The other day, I wrote an analogy to someone about Trump. I said something along the lines: Trump’s racism is likened to domestic violence, incest and sexual abuse. What happens behind millions of closed doors and kept silent because of shame, … Continue reading

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Depression speaks.

Originally posted on Magic of Stardust and Words:
Photography: Peter Nijenjuis He would ask, “What’s up?” I’d reply, “Not much.” He would laugh and joke, understandably uncomfortable with the slate of silence. But I’ve shared before and these words go…

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