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depression? by DropDeadGirl
Gifts of the TravellerAll of us in some way or another are on a journey, for some of us we never leave home, yet we discover many things about ourselves and those around us as we travel (travail) through life. For others, this journey demands leave taking of those that we love, cherish and respect.
This weekend, my journey took me to Holland, Manitoba, and while that is an interesting story in which I met once again some very wonderful people, it is the story of Vincent Gabriel Kirouac that I wish to tell.
The road to Holland passes a Monastery. It is not a place that I have been to often, but I have passed it many times. A couple of weeks ago we had lunch with good friends and they offered us some amazing cheese made at this very Monastery. So, as my path took me this way, I was determined to stop and purchase some cheese. After a brief visit with the monks, I had made my purchase, and I was driving south along the road back to the main hig
Food In Focus: The Flavors Of India
FOOD IN FOCUS: The Flavors of India
Food is a universal language
One we all speak on a daily basis. We indulge in its savory, sweet, salty, sour or spicy flavors depending on our cravings of the day. Its tantalizing flavors draw us in and delight our taste buds. With each region of the globe creating its own unique cuisine, there are numerous delicious journeys you can take. So let’s embark on a culinary adventure as we explore delicious faire from around the wo
True WitnessI did not wish to come here...
I do not wish to stay..
I do no wish to see it...
But I must not turn away...
There has to be true witness...
someone has to know...
Someone must remember...
Else truth will never grow...
I will watch now and remember...
For those who do not see...
How truth itself was bended...
As if a Bonsai Tree...
And only one to witness...
And that singleton is me...
But I do no wish to be here...
And I fear what I shall See...
On GriefI told the psychiatrist: "It's not that I want to die now she's dead, that's not it specifically... it's more... like magnets. You put us on opposite sides of the veil and of course they're going to cling to it, yearning for the other side."
PARALLEL DREAMS I DREAM OF OTHER WORLDS
WHERE EVERYTHING CAN HAPPEN
IN THE SAME SPACE
BUT MOSTLY OUT OF REACH
SILVER SPARKS FLYING
AS THEY MOVE TOGETHER
A BLACK AND PURPLE BEACH
WHERE GOLD AURORAS WEAVE
AMONGST WARM MAGENTA MOONS
AND CALM SILKEN SEAS
ARE BATHED FROM ABOVE
BLUE CARPETS OF VELVET
PATCH MOUNTAINS OF GREEN
GLITTERING GEMS FLOWER
AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE
A GENTLE WIND WHISPERS
AND FRAGILE CREATURES SIGH
DREAMS JOIN IN THE SYMPHONY
STRUMMING YOU AND I
ALL IS SAVOURED
AND YET SWALLOWED WHOLE
AS I PAINT THE STARS AND VISIONS
WHILST YOU PLAY
A CACOPHONY OF SOUND AND COLOUR
A GORGEOUS HUE
7 Tips for Creating an Antihero7 Tips for Creating an Antihero
Chapter 5 “Characters” – Section 2.2 “Antiheroes
Anybody Can Write a Novel 2.0
"I'm drawn to the classic antihero, the guy who's probably made a bunch of mistakes and really has the capacity to go either way. That's the most interesting type of character for me to watch, to see what decisions they'll make. There's a lot of gray area there for a writer to explore."
One of the most trending and most debated archetypes in modern storytelling is the antihero. As with most fictional conventions, people have different opinions about what constitutes an antihero—ranging from a hero who is dark and brooding, to a villain who is the main character of the story. But
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