Category Archives: Deconstruction

Part Two, Primal Love

I hesitate. Shit. I don’t want to do this tonight. Writing takes a lot out of me, as much as it feeds me, it also requires a lot of courage. My center aches, it’s angry and powerful. I am brave; … Continue reading

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Part 2, All Goes Away, Except Change

All Goes Away Part 2 Except Change My mother and I moved to our forth or fifth apartments on the nearby road when I was four or five. The apartments are still there though they and many things around them … Continue reading

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All Goes Away

Change is difficult, but necessary, it’s interesting, and confusing. It’s neither good nor bad, it is a requirement for growth. Modification makes room for new things, events and people in my life. It’s something I can count on happening: alteration, … Continue reading

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