classic alternative depression life music 

I’m Fine.

I’ve been wanting to write this piece for over a year now, but kept putting it off because I didn’t want to bring these realities to life, or to revisit them. After further consideration, I believe these are things that need to be said. I’ve seen the countless memes, the series of photos about mental illness in general, but more specifically depression and anxiety, and I always share them so others know the struggle – but it is just a mere glimpse into the black hole of the abyss. So here…

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musings poetry 

Frigid Solitude – Haiku [poetry]

  January sun Swallowed by ominous clouds Not allowed to shine   Bitter cold wind bites Stealing comfortable warmth Chilling to the bone   Solitary life Never used to be this way Long winter alone  

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guest posts 

The Curious Tale of Gabrielle [Guest Post]

I’m starting something new with my blog for the new year – Featured Guest Posts! Today I happily present you with writer and soon-to-be published author, Zachary Paul Chopchinski.  If you are a writer and would like to be a Featured Guest Post, please let me know!   Hello, fellow bloggers and readers. My name is Zachary Paul Chopchinski. I have been given the amazing opportunity to speak today on my most recent book, which I will publish independently. I wanted to begin this posting by giving a large ‘Thank You’ to…

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life musings poetry 

Black [poetry]

  A shade – not a color Bright and vivid A dark and stormy night. Look into the sky – Dark. Tells all, knows all… Patterns unknown Stories untold. The depths of the ocean The limits of imagination. Thoughts in silence Feelings left alone… My heart.    

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life musings poetry 

Ghost of You – Haiku [poetry]

  Midnight rendezvous Your strong arms embrace me tight Intoxicating     The taste of your kiss Still lingering on my lips Aphrodisiac     Feelings flooding back Memories of betrayal Reverberation     Awaken alone Loneliness is amplified Undeniable    

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