Monthly Archives: February 2020

Harry Truman Quote

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Very Short Quotes

I’m not okay, you’re not okay, and that’s okay. — Sheldon Kopp We wish we were otherwise, and that is our hell, our resistance to Life. — Stephen and Ondrea Levine, Who Dies? I have found out who I am and … Continue reading

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Written by Alex Henderson February 3, 2020 Alter Net President Donald Trump has not been shy about berating anyone who doesn’t “stand proudly” when the United States’ national anthem is playing at sports events. But a video posted on Instagram … Continue reading

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Anonymous Poem on Loneliness

The poem below appeared in Guy’s Hospital Gazette,  the Newsletter of Greenwich District Hospital, London, on February 2, 1974. It was written by a lady in a geriatric ward and found in her locker after she died by staff who thought … Continue reading

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Anodyne – poetry reblog

Originally posted on alifelesslived:
Langkawi Island, Malaysia – December 2019 I am Liquid boneSieved through timeStrained against a lifeOf rivers flowingAnd ending in seas I am flesh torn and rubbed rawA collection of imprintsUnraveling like blue tattoosAcross pale moonlit skin…

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**Alternet reports: “We command all satanic pregnancies to miscarry right now” — Special Adviser to the White House Faith and Opportunity Initiative Paula White Maybe it’s just me, but commanding someone to miscarry doesn’t seem very pro-life in my book… … Continue reading

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Thinking about something else…

Author Unknown DEAR ANCESTOR         Your tombstone stands among the rest; Neglected and alone. The name and date are chiseled out On polished, marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care It is too late to … Continue reading

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