Tag Archives: self-love

I missed you.

[Not quite suitable for those under 18.] I have missed you I fought time to find time for you I escaped, no, I ran away from everything else in my world I locked the door I moved slowly… quietly oh, if discovered … Continue reading

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10 things I wish I’d known (and believed and accepted) sooner.

Do you have any words of wisdom you wish you’d heard when you were younger? Or words you wish you had believed when you did hear them? I may have more than the ten below, but for now… my list – … Continue reading

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fighting the heart.

I am a woman driven by emotion. This is not necessarily a bad thing. Emotion fuels my creativity and I would never wish it away. The love story enthusiast inside me adores the sweet romantic picture of me this way … Continue reading

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moving picture.

A long time ago, I imagined a picture of what my life should become. It’s mostly unrealistic and unachievable, and whenever my real life veers from this preconception (which is constantly), I view it as a failure. And I focus on … Continue reading

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