Category Archives: psychology

Classical … typical

At the door she stood Half naked the light went through Her see through open robe Half open to be accurate Occurred to me as I was Half listening to her stream Of words, a self held Conversation. How typical … Continue reading

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Article: Creativity and Boredom

Recently I had one of those International variations of flu strains that meant I had weeks of being able to do next to nothing. Except, of course, thinking. Prior to this exotic flu strain visit, I was extremely busy with … Continue reading

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Article: The Right to be Forgotten

This Thursday will mark the implementation of an EU new standard for handling data. According to CNN’s Richard Quest, it consists of three parts: Opt In, the Right to be Forgotten, and the Company burden. Out of these, the Right … Continue reading

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Calling

She calls the room The room is empty He hears but don’t answer She calls from a distance A tattoo appears on his body Her face, he can’t remember She calls The coins run out The tone stops, his heart … Continue reading

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A box

A box sits in the corner A box is waiting empty Of thoughts, empty To be filled, waiting But time is slow moving To take by surprise anyone Who trusts it A box sits empty In a crowded corner, crowded … Continue reading

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Sitting

Sitting in his car Waiting Writing his memoir Waiting She is negotiating a deal She is working her magic She is no slave But enslaved by circumstance. Prostituting your Body or Prostituting your Soul fool She would always say When … Continue reading

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Fly

There is a dragon Always a dragon Always flying In her dream She wakes up sweating Her dreams don’t come often. There is a girl running Always running Always a girl In his dreams She is eaten inside out By … Continue reading

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Stop

You have grieved enough Hang the fox’s tails And the rabbits to dry It is your last season Of hunting Pain! Stop Your time to ride The horizon to unknown Is now So prepare It is your last season Of … Continue reading

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Sleepless

The state of being sleepless is Supposed to be a romantic State of restlessness untrue So untrue It makes my skin curl around its cells Like a coil of Rattle snake lies in waiting for Its prey The state of … Continue reading

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Running

Running along a road Made of jelly Fruity it seems Fruitless at core. Running along a road Melting of desire Cheesy and grilled Collapsing. Running … Stop … Breathe in Memory. July 8, 2017

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