Monthly Archives: March 2016

It gets easier

to not get irritated by what you interpret as hurtful comments, it gets easier to wear a solid shell like a turtle showing you want to be left alone, but then spring leaves flowers scattered  everywhere and you seem to … Continue reading

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A day without

“A day without laughter  is a wasted day.”  -Charlie Chaplin A day without  so many things  and it’s going to take  some time  to fill the days  with happiness.

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And even

  And even when no one meets your gaze  and eyes do not meet  and when they do  there is ONLY  an empty space of  nothing , and you find yourself  staring without knowing  into someone else’s plates  remember : … Continue reading

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what happened later

It did not happen overnight but Chris grew on you, with his kind ways and his Swedish picnic basket , now you realise from IKEA; but still, he made the effort and what did Howie bring? Brussel sprouts, turnip, bitter herbs, was … Continue reading

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lunch or lynch ?

Question : How do you know who to trust?  Answer: If you have to ask , perhaps you should hesitate  and take some time before you decide.  Take your time , like tea, take your time  but  do not let … Continue reading

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like

like a cow with several stomachs regurgitating the past meanwhile forgetting to feed the now . Thinking about past people no longer here, no longer near, wondering why? wasn’t enough a cow feeding others, compromising on grass some if it … Continue reading

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fear keeps us

Fear keeps us  from a true meeting of minds  and hearts,  it keeps us apart  but love moves the stars  it’s as impossible to  reach out and touch and yet it looks so near but only fear is near. Lets … Continue reading

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