Tag: depression

  • Winston Churchill

    Winston Churchill

    “Don’t take counsel from your fears”

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  • Anger Management

    Last night my friends and I went to a very low-key restaurant in Stinson Beach to have an early supper. We were hoping to eat at outdoor tables but they were all filled so we went inside and eventually chose a table right next to a window we could open up. We opened both windows […]

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  • trying to write

    trying to write

    I’ve been trying to write a Young Adult piece for a while now but I can’t really get into it. I like the imagining part and I can see the character clearly but I can’t make her move forward after drawing her. I like what she is doing and I think she is clear to […]

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  • Save

    Sometimes you have a problem with a friend. That’s life. It’s better to laugh it off and decide the friendship is the most important thing in the world. It’s like the children’s song, ” make new friends but keep the old, some are silver and some are gold.”

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  • Time

    Time

  • Good thing happening in the…

    Good thing happening in the...

    Good things happening in the hood

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  • Kirkus Review

    Kirkus Review

  • 5 Things

    Listen to CNN 5 ThingsView in browser Monday 08.09.21 The Tokyo Olympics just ended, but can you believe the Beijing 2022 Winter Games are less than six months away? Here’s what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On With Your Day.  By AJ Willingham A medical worker rests last week at a Covid-19 ICU […]

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  • Starfish

    Starfish

    No Safe Place 3 Attachment Last night between midnight and one am a Starfish crept through my dream of a beach in Maine. It was pale and faded. I couldn’t feel it. Because the starfish is losing its ability to function normally, dreams may have to be revised.  Starfish are Echinoderms, belonging to the class […]

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  • Water

    Water

      No Safe Place 2 Water         Water, wet, moist ,damp, soggy, only a lost commodity . When I first tasted your skin it was covered in water. Remember water? It was hard to describe but it was free. Lakes are craters now. A child asks “Who pulled the drain plug?” as you drive by […]

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