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"Isn't it interesting how we often fight who we truly are, what we truly want and that which we truly deserve?"
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"I know, therefore I am."
"Today is wonderful because I've chosen to see it that way."
Tag Archives: frustration
I just found this yesterday. It is the beginnings of a poem I wrote while sitting in a waiting room, feeling anxious. It was written sometime in late November, early December of 2011. The music in the waiting room is … Continue reading
1983 was a year a great angst for me. I wanted so much to have a boyfriend … didn’t happen. I was having issues with friends … my ADD-induced social cluelessness didn’t help. So, a lot of my poetry from … Continue reading
On October 13, 1982, my diary entry consisted of mostly a poem. I now share with you that entry. Just F.Y.I.: each diary was given a name. For my Junior year in High School, my diary was named Duval, after … Continue reading