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Longmire

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Some beautiful paths can't be discovered without getting lost..

Journey with me.....

Let me show you the realities of existence

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  • How to be an Effective Writer
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    How to be an Effective Writer

    4 days ago

  • A Different Perspective on Proofreading
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    A Different Perspective on Proofreading

    4 days ago

  • Writing Product Reviews
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    Writing Product Reviews

    4 days ago

  • Tears to Home
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    Tears to Home

    3 months ago

  • La Famille
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    La Famille

    5 months ago

    Modest are the bronze succumbed and scuffed masks prayed for the time to haunt the juvenile cup laid on enflamed beds to forgotten destiny oh yes they're lost. Tonight, as I walk amidst of these sharp raindrops, I am...

  • Stirrer
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    Stirrer

    5 months ago

    Coffee spilled at the parchment of fine verses and star-crossed promises. (A dull, dreadful brown drowning your name then mine) The letters erode in a deluge of caffeine you mixed for me. Like cursed sinners breached...

  • The Sin of Anger
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    The Sin of Anger

    5 months ago

    ANGER --- "A man is about as big as the things that make him angry" --WINSTON CHURCHILL, A BRITISH ORATOR, AUTHOR AND PRIME MINISTER DURING WORLD WAR II.

  • Seven Deadly Sins
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    Seven Deadly Sins

    5 months ago

    The world is a place dominated by a clash good and evil; light and dark; sins and virtues. But whatever name you tag them, these are man's two tendencies that define his humanity. The best thing, however, is that...

  • Ode To Shiva
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    Ode To Shiva

    5 months ago

    The thoughts of your solitary dreams have killed me moment per moment. The illuminating gleams of your eyes that proclaimed nothing but your indecisive monologues (of how your rainbow has faded by another...

  • Wind Chimes
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    Wind Chimes

    5 months ago

    It was four o'clock in the morning and the whisper of the breeze that was unknown to me, reverberated in my ears, woke me from a dream that has suddenly slid me back to my subconscious. I got up to endure another day of...

  • Secret
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    Secret

    5 months ago

    When it was finally given to me, I didn't know what to do with it, nor what would be its role in my life. Now standing in front of him, I knew I found my answer. Regional Hospital - 1998. 12:15 am. The sounds of the...

  • Five Times You Met Him (Plus One Time You Didn't) A Short Story
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    Five Times You Met Him (Plus One Time You Didn't) A Short Story

    5 months ago

    This is for the hearts who have forgotten, and those who never have.

  • Good, Bad, Happy and Sad: Memoirs of a Poet
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    Good, Bad, Happy and Sad: Memoirs of a Poet

    5 months ago

    Lights from a dark mind.

  • Elegy to Fast Food
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    Elegy to Fast Food

    5 months ago

    He was the man who looked never on who sat absorbed across the table or on who befriended him with a kiss from beside He was the man who cared not to peep on how blond was she who dared put fries in his drooping,...

  • Are you in favor of restoring death penalty in the Philippines?
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    Are you in favor of restoring death penalty in the Philippines?

    5 months ago

    Most countries in Asia are ahead or are developed countries compare to the Philippines is because they promulgated the Death Penalty. Countries like Singapore, Malaysia even Indonesia have the lowest crime rate compare...

  • Repentance
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    Repentance

    5 months ago

    December noontime my lifeless feet walked on a thorny ground; my ventricles netted as skins peeled off with acids- like a dog sniffing for stool to lick; but after noontime birds wiped my young, moist eyes; holy...

  • Fishtalks
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    Fishtalks

    5 months ago

    And so I stare at you bending and slicing through your little aquarium. My friends call me crazy, you know talking to you like this, like you'll hear a thing I say. You're beautiful white scales, majestic waves...

  • Left
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    Left

    5 months ago

    And so the metro slept in a mooring, drunken beat. Slowly, the lights went dead as tiny cars sped past the alley hiding us from the eyes of the urban woods. In dim glow I cast your outline and trace the sly patterns...

  • Cry on, Magdalena
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    Cry on, Magdalena

    5 months ago

    She was the lady, who stood upfront the Malacañang doors, face slumped with guilt, as her children sang gloomy symphonies. Everyday she wept, as the Chief marched in, donned in nothing but white suit, adorned...

  • Cafeteria Elegies
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    Cafeteria Elegies

    4 days ago

    The place is still the way I have left it. And the porch I'm sitting at still feels comfortable as always, and the rose - adorned tabletop still exudes the same aura. It is true - there are really things that the...

  • Frontier
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    Frontier

    5 months ago

    Unearth me in this rose-filled haven so you would know me before May ends a bit and my name would only be your hint.) Embrace me with the tightest of hugs after mist diffusion so you would be addicted with its sugary...

  • Aloha (A Hello to Goodbye Sonnet) by Rita
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    Aloha (A Hello to Goodbye Sonnet) by Rita

    5 months ago

    Brimmed in the kindle of time’s ghostly friend, he walks with a pass so careful and slow. As the night’s distasteful song takes his hand, the passionate rhymes of his love outgrow. The wind sounds soft...

  • I won't forget to remember
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    I won't forget to remember

    5 months ago

    You came and conquered me; swallowed me with all your pride; left me with nothing but sting; wet me with a river of tears. Like a ruling God, you took me but not to Olympus. You brought me to Hades and forced me to bear...

  • Frozen Tirade
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    Frozen Tirade

    5 months ago

    Shadow dancing - a sultry dance in the middle of the night. and they jived the silhouettes engulfed each other down. But through and through, they will stop as the first shaft of light hits them bleeding as one.

  • Second Law of Pen
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    Second Law of Pen

    5 months ago

    What if sun and moon met could you be there to capture the inter-scenes? What if West Gods and greed dogs agreed Would the sky and chairs suffice their hungry mouths? What if pen and papers.ran under the cave, Would...

  • Barrio Bacchanalia
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    Barrio Bacchanalia

    5 months ago

    Come. Feast with me. The moon has pronounced its divinity, and you (alone) can define the holiness of the night. Drink my wine fermented agitation of Styx. Taste my sweets fresh from Bermuda triangle. Hosts are...

  • The Time Travelers A Short Story
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    The Time Travelers A Short Story

    5 months ago

    They were on the top of the world, living high. Glancing over the passenger seat, Joshua smiled, still preening to where Cassey sat. They were on a run -just the two of them, travelling out of the city to the light...

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