Tag Archives: Violence

Fed up ~ Unedited version (Rated – Adult)

I was just thinking that I would close down my blog.  It served its purpose.  It was there to hold my hand through tough times, change, pain, joy, and much growth.  Although I have not gone blog to book yet … Continue reading

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Why Not Write?

I think one of the reasons I don’t write is that I know I will drop into that mode of this-is-what-I-want-to-do.  And I think of everything else I want to do, and have to do.  Maybe I tell myself consciously … Continue reading

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When did the violence start? When will it end? Considerations: childhood abuse drug and alcohol use mental illness something snapped depression historical oppression testosterone territory over indulgence in violent media fear culture  

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New Assignment

I don’t usually like writing about these things.  I would rather write about rainbows and butterflies.  Well, you know what I mean. Pleasant things, like beauty and love. I believe the majority of people are good. The heinous ones most … Continue reading

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When is it Enough?

What is my part in this big wide world?  How do I balance my health, my relationships, and my passions, with my part in making this planet a more peaceful place?  I can live my life small, doing my own … Continue reading

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Blood splattered on the windowpane, Tiny flecks dried brown. Quietly on the other side, Rain was falling down. She cut her hair too short again. He knew she was afraid. They heard the screams outside the door, But quickly turned … Continue reading

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