Monthly Archives: December 2016

Are You A Self-Confessed Pessimist? How To Become A Glass-Half-Full Person

Originally posted on MiddleMe:
Are you one of those people who finds it hard to look on the bright side of life? If so, there’s nothing wrong with that. Not everyone is programmed to be an optimist. However, positive thinking…

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Perfect Christmas Kiss

    i like peanut butter; you  prefer mayo     i eat everything but beef; while you enjoy a meal of f steak             And i like quiet dinner together but you said conversation is what makes … Continue reading

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In Between

In Between I am million miles away from home. The home where i grew up with. The distance is suffocating…deafening…exhilarating; but this is nothing compared to the distance we’ve created even if we’re not million miles apart; the distance between … Continue reading

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Where Are You?

Where are you? The girl i used to be The effervescent me? Did he take you away? Along with all my better days? I wished would stay… How are you? The girl I used to be The effervescent me? Will … Continue reading

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Poem: Free Verse – “Prayer for the Small Things” #amwriting #poetry #prayer

Originally posted on Mandibelle16:
Credit: Saatchi Art – Thank God For Women Legs by Thomas Saliot ——– Oh Lord, thank God for the small things,? The words and acts of kindness,? Which help me through the day. Thank God for…

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My Santa Claus

Originally posted on michnavs:
giant sock hanging at our window pane?the night before ?Christmas you asked me “please my little princess Santa’s coming I need your socks hanging before Christmas eve”. Christmas, ?day I’d run underneath the tree, wanna see…

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