Monthly Archives: September 2015

dangerous safe place

cuz we all need that quiet place where the wind never stops, a dangerous safe place That place in our heads- you know when the ground was a lot closer, and it was about to rain and heat came off … Continue reading

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Blue Ink Trees

You haven’t lived your life yet if you haven’t walked across the notty path made of branches of blue ink trees, just you and the silent music of those inky worlds.  never have I felt more than now that every … Continue reading

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David Copperfield by Charles Dickens

David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens  when Ham cut a terrible figure against the stormy sea, and said he could see the end of it all and Mr.Pegotty’s Boat House. I have always had a complicated thing about classics, growing up. … Continue reading

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fear

You asked me about fear so ~sunshine-y afternoons after school when it’s just hot and you are not sweating-it’s quiet, and you feel wistful and nostalgic ~late at the malls when you should have been home; or on the hilltops,  … Continue reading

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Skellig, by David Almond

Skellig, by David Almond Imagine finding a man with wings in a ruined garage. He has flies in his hair and eats spiders and rats, and is covered in dust and cobwebs. His body is turning to stone and he … Continue reading

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