Ocean waves raged out of control, Tossing me from the stern. I was ashamed and defeated, Lost and shipwrecked. The skies darkened, Inside the eye of the storm. The vessel's in my mind sunk, Into the deep blue waters. Stranded and Starved, Hanging on to this life. I thought survival was my doing, Things I … Continue reading Sunday Savior
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Paperbacks, Hardcovers, eBooks, and more! Bookworm, bibliophile, nerd; these are the nicknames you go by for your love of reading and ultimately, the hoarded collection that sits proudly on your bookshelves. Do you find yourself smelling the pages in between reading? Wait! That might just be me. Books are timeless, they never expire and their ideas … Continue reading Books, Books, Books: Secrets & Tricks to building your shelves and saving money
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What crossroad am I approaching? London Bridge towards the National Rail Southeastern train surely. Are my considerations haunting me? I can hear foolish gossip. The wick on a wax candle burns until its finale. Am I at my wicks end-- setting fire to the paper airplanes circling Westminster? Another train passes by. “This one yours?” asked the middle-aged conductor. “No,” I … Continue reading Train to Ladywell
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