“Shrapnel and Ice” by Mar G.-Amorena

“Shrapnel and Ice” by Mar G.-Amorena

  Your soul… my soul… just black stains in a cold, empty space. Breaking pieces, a million crystals. A bloody explosion, uncontrollable. An spiral, dark like a throat, melting around shrapnel and ice. An unbearable sound, imploding among our ruins and ashes. Silence. Before the thunderstorm. Where are you? Here, all the time. You… your…

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“A filter for quitters, a fence for the scared.” by Mar G.-Amorena

“A filter for quitters, a fence for the scared.” by Mar G.-Amorena

She said she didn’t feel the galaxy outside, because her mind was chaotic enough as to get lost into. And growls, howls, aches. Crawls, yells, cries. The mud is thick and your energy tears off. And the obscurest night demolishes any kind of doubt. Because in the deepest dark, you can feel nothing but peace….

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“Today, Tomorrow” by Nicole Heinz

“Today, Tomorrow” by Nicole Heinz

  The day begins, the sun is set Yellow rays filtering through a blue horizon Thoughts align and don’t to make moments appear and disappear Hello turns to goodbye Afternoon headed towards evening tables and soon-enough night stars light the windows All is done All has passed, all that can or will, today Yet, before…

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“Criticism and mental well-being” by Joseph Vasquez

“Criticism and mental well-being” by Joseph Vasquez

Trust me, I’m no Doctor or Psychologist, but I believe without a doubt that constant criticism is a mental disorder. I understand the basics. Eg; I didn’t like the movie, the food wasn’t good, but some people just can’t accept reality. Eg; The team I rooted for lost, they must have been paid off, or…

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“Sticks and Stones” by Joseph Vasquez

“Sticks and Stones” by Joseph Vasquez

Whoever said words don’t hurt obviously never wrote a book or a song. Some of the deepest scars are from words. Some words are like weeds in an unattended garden, if you don’t constantly pull them, they will take over, once they take over, it’s almost impossible to grow anything else. To this day I…

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