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Leave Me Alone New Order On a thousand islands in the sea I see a thousand people just like me A hundred unions in the snow I watch them walking, falling in a row We live always underground It’s … Continue reading
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who put this brain inside of me? it cries it demands it says that there is a chance. it will not say “no.” The Crunch Charles Bukowski too much too little too fat too thin or nobody. laughter or … Continue reading
Nice article in The Atlantic by Merrisa Nathan Gerson from 2015 telling story of how, with the DSM diagnosis became weaponized and used against people with a range of preferences deemed [by those who get their kicks deeming others to … Continue reading
Gabor Mate on the need for authenticity…… Expanding on some ideas from his book “When The Body Says No” Ideas like.. anger which is about protecting what is valuable, yet is regarded as “negative emotion” and suppressed, and that energy … Continue reading
And why don’t we turn from all the hate? And why don’t we learn from all mistakes? Why do I keep on wrecking these fat beats? Why? – Supaman Hanawena ha wen hey Hanawena ha wen hey yo wa [Verse … Continue reading
Rebecca Thomas on Etuaptmunk: Two-Eyed Seeing. Poetry can give a voice to the voiceless. Poetry can make a powerless person feel powerful. This is why I speak. Rebecca Thomas.
I’m only human I’m only, I’m only I’m only human, human I’m only human I’m only, I’m only I’m only human, human Maybe I’m foolish Maybe I’m blind Thinking I can see through this And … Continue reading
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