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Diary of Tingo Himura

2 May 2021 5 minute read 0 comments Dibbler

               Though a diary such as this has not been written these past millennium and we are now separated from the ancestors that wrote in this form by distances that cannot be imagined, still I am compelled to make this attempt to remind others...

Tired and excited

2 May 2021 1 minute read 1 comment espacioreal

read, underline, reread, redial.fight with a concept that refuses, that is elusive to reason,suspect that you do not arrive, that you have to throw the notes to hell,that the hour passed, that the race was wrong,and read and read and suddenly: the m...

Quarrel

2 May 2021 1 minute read 2 comments emily2u

The dawn has not arrived,Louder your screams get.An old argument is revived,Your cussing sounds bad. Oh, parents of mine,Before it’s too late,Please draw the line,Between love and hate. Won’t do any good,To your kids, specifically,Being in this dark...

IRRisPonsible Investment

1 May 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Alpal

PLEASE CONSIDER PROVIDING FEEDBACK TO MY POEMS. WHAT DO YOU LIKE OR NOT LIKE. HOW DO I GET BETTER OR WHAT AM I DOING GOOD. - I induced myself to mania- I love it- The thrill of- Trying something new- With my meds- I crave- They keep me- Sane- No- Ins...

Resilience.

1 May 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Olawalium

​ Image Source.​​​ Remember these words I speak, Everything is gonna be alright, Senses will be found in nonsense and  Incidents will turn out favourably. Stand tall and fight your fears, Tear the mouths of the lions that roar against you  And liste...

Impressionable Experiences: Childhood Innocence: Shellie

1 May 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Brandy Seymour

Impressionable Experiences Childhood Innocence "Shellie" By:  Brandy Seymour 1993   Shellie is loved by everybody, Everybody loves Shellie, Shellie is neat, sweet, But not petite.   Shellie is jolly, And by golly, I must say, We all do love her.   Bu...

Impressionable Experiences: Childhood Innocence: Purple Wildflowers

1 May 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Brandy Seymour

Impressionable Experiences Childhood Innocence "Purple Wildflowers" By:  Brandy Seymour 1991   The grass is a healthy green, Dancing in the glaring sun. Each ray carefully teasing, Each little blade of grass. A little girl walks in its soft touch, An...

“Become a Butterfly” Song | The Sentimental Performance of Father & Son 

1 May 2021 1 minute read 8 comments Melina Mehr

One of the passionate performances that you will find from Mohammad Reza Shajarian (the Master of Persian traditional music mostly called Mistro) is a song named "Parvaneh Sho" (became a butterfly!). In this sentimental performance, you can see that...

Iridescent wings

1 May 2021 1 minute read 0 comments espacioreal

The bailiffs pile upin the patio lightits iridescent wingscollide with each other.It's night and the heat easeswe stay outsidewe put together paper fans.The moon is surroundedof a halo of mist.Toads take advantage of the bonanzaThey go from one end o...

Vain

1 May 2021 1 minute read 5 comments emily2u

It’s my bane,That you’re so vain.Unexpected for a man,Who has only me as a fan.Been a couple for ages,But towards the last stages,Haven’t gone out much,After you’ve turned into such.Already in our seventies,No more invitations to parties,Since we alw...