Monthly Archives: February 2016

The process of shrinking

A shrink takes away the air from your balloon, Labels the soul like a dead embryo floating in a stinky liquid in a glass jar on a shelf but too many people will believe a pedigreed creed sipping money with … Continue reading

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Film and psychiatry

A panel discussion A group of Swiss Psychiatrists sat upon an elevated surface discussing how psychiatrists are portrayed in film and the role f Psychiatry in society. I sat with a Psychiatry allergic friend trying to decipher the language .. … Continue reading

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Burning the past

Burning the past, the flames eat away the memories; the faces, the way we were burned ashes a sacrifice for sanity. A woman speaks loud Hungarian at the train station. Scars have formed a cool breeze caresses their pattern, rivers, … Continue reading

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Daily good feeling

“Introspection will ultimately allow you to see your true self in the mirror of your heart”    – Brahama Kumaris last night by the bridge we  gathered to say goodbye to our dear friend who is moving to France. This … Continue reading

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cruel lessons

Never has time since he found out she rents, never has time for her, it was a one time deal just to see how it would feel to try to be real. He never has time anymore, the once open … Continue reading

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Forgiveness

This week in the  violent south side of Chicago  A  priest named Michael Pfleger , a white priest in an African American congregation , who had  in the 1960’s  watched how Martin Luther King jr. was hit by a bottle thrown … Continue reading

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A girl in the river

For Saba Qaiser shot in the face, thrown in the river by her father and her uncle, for choosing to live free , you are not the only one to be living in an illusion of family love only to … Continue reading

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