Tag Archives: contentment

The Adoption: A Limerick Memoir

I walk down a hallway within four sterile white walls of discipline. I fidget with my sleeve, aware I might achieve the very thing I came to get herein.

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It’s Dark, It’s Bright.

It is dark. Outside, inside. It is dark behind these covers, but I slide them back, allowing my eyes to see more darkness. It is cold. Outside, inside. The window fogs at my warmth and I slide it closed, allowing the … Continue reading

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We Are Infinite

I am infinite. I am in a place where there is no pretense, no pressing worries to keep me breathing lightly and sleeping restlessly. I am encircled by a fierce protection that allows me to just be present, idle. I … Continue reading

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I am a jumble of Passions, Misgivings, and Wants

Words are powerful. It is incredible how one simple sentence can grip you, take hold of you, and run through your head at random moments in time. I am a jumble of passions, misgivings, and wants. It seems that I am … Continue reading

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