Tag Archives: solitude

All the difference

  Every evening after dark I take a 12 minutes’ walk around the block. Nor have I ever said, “I want to be alone. I only said, I want to be left alone.” It is the Garbo truth: “There is … Continue reading

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The elevator (invisibilized)

                  The lady in the elevator looks down on you, but what do you care! You’re going up and she’s going down, you’ve nothing to share! Mistreated all your life, people now … Continue reading

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Wounded people in Wasteland

Longing for love and tenderness, crying when touched, skin burned the citizens living in Wasteland Singing songs for the lonely ones silent choirs, deserts despair Oh, citizens living in Wasteland Spiky yet juicy, hard blooming when in love, just like … Continue reading

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