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Temporary Derailment: A Writer’s Nightmare

All is well now, although I have had to come to grips with a set-back of my own making. Here is an attempt at poetry to explain my absence. No more details needed Hard Drive Not Found Hundreds of children, locked in the grains of a glimmering silver disk. A plastic prison, inaccessible forever. I brought [] read more »

Tsukihime Visual Novel Review and Details about...

Tsukihime was my very first visual novel, and still one of my favorites. While looking up images to use in this post, I also came across news that theres a remake in the works. This is old news I guess as it was first announced clear back in 2012. However, a post from Siliconera indicates Continue reading Tsukihime Visual Novel Review and Details about the Remake read more »


You see me laughing and dancing, you hear me singing or telling jokes. But you dont see me smiling, do you? Nor do you feel my eyes glitter with hope. Sadness has many faces and I might just have met Continue reading read more »

46 years/ 46 años

46 años Esa noche se preparó para llorar Tomó sus cosas y se encerró en su cuarto. Pero ni el kleenex, la almohada o el tilo Pudieron contener cuarenta y seis años de tristezas. 46 years She prepared herself to cry that night. She took her things and locked up in her bedroom. But neither the kleenex, pillows, nor linden tea Could hold forty six years of sadness. © 2015 Grecia Albornoz read more »

I can’t explain

Poem about the frustration in explaining depression. read more »

When the Most Wonderful Time of the Year Isn’t ...

For me, it was 2004. I stared at the blinking lights on our Christmas tree, almost in a trance like state. It wasnt the colors or the tree. I was shell shocked at how fast my life had changed and how much those I loved suffered. In a year wed both had job changes. My [] read more »


I've worked with people suffering depression for twenty years. I thought at first that all depressions were organic and that patients need to take medicine to heal. As time went on, I realized that if the origin of a depression can never be cured is not analyzed. Psychoanalysis therapy for the treatment of depression makes a person with depression for years, to get out of depression in two months by going to therapy three or four times a week. Patients themselves may not believe that their depression is ... read more »

My Break Up Playlist

In response to Tuesday's post,a reader asked that I post my break up playlist. I have some pretty great suggestions to start (that's what you get for being over-prepared for everything - and German, so a little naturally grim). Here they are, separated into stages of break up grief! When the break up is super-fresh and you're a smoldering heap of angst: Simple Plan - Perfect The All American Rejects - It Ends Tonight Good Charlotte - I Don't Wanna Be In Love When it's two AM and you're crying in... read more »

Feeling All Over The Place !!! Good Ole Grief

As I go through my day today I have been filled with so many emotions, not to mention tapping into some old feelings of anger and resentment. I know my feelings are by all means normal and understandable but I can't help but feel wrong for feeling this way. So I guess instead of letting my feelings get out of control and saying or doing something I'll later regret I'm going to blog my feelings, that is what I started this blog for right lol. It all starts with not feeling well so obviously everything is ... read more »

Fallen Angels

In my mind I wonder why its always the innocent taken by violence, its always the young that die. I look to the heavens for some answers, and as I gaze on high I notice twenty-six new stars blazing bright in the darkened sky. One for each of the fallen. One for each of those [...] read more »

Grave Expectations by Sarah Chickens

Sigh. Well, that went well. I know you probably think by now that I have worse moodswigs than half of the people in my country. I'm not one to deny the obvious so I'm just going go out of my way to sulk, wallow and probably hide in some hole right now. Au revoir, tous les monde!What exactly happened? Easy answer. The inevitable. Hmm as you know a certain couple in my family is getting hitched and I'm supposed to make the invites in exchange for something in my wishlist. Correction! The ONLY item in my wi... read more »

Poetry Corner Friday: Even flowers cry

The flower shakes... But it must be something more than fear of violence from those who tread without care... (inspired by the image from TheKoopaBros) (Read more...) Your ad could be here, right now. Share and Enjoy * Facebook * Twitter * Delicious * Digg * Google Buzz * StumbleUpon * Add to favorites * Email * RSS read more »


, originally uploaded by Ann Molly.Oh there’s a loneliness inside her... And she’d do anything to fill it in and though it's red blood, bleeding from her now, it’s more like cold blue ice in her heart. She feels like kicking out all the windows and setting fire to this life, she would change everything about her using colors bold and bright. But all the colors mixed together, they turn into grey... And, it Always breaks her heart. read more »

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