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  • She opened her eyes blearily. “Dad?” She looked around. Where was she? Where was her dad? Hadn’t he just been here? She looked around and heard a faint beeping. She barely registered it.

  • ocadd commented on the post, selective 2 weeks ago

    The selective process of finding a partner isn’t methodical. It’s a series of accidents, but if you are discerning, if you know what you don’t want and some things you do, you can be selective. And god willing it works in your favour. The problem is that you can’t know all the factors. The goal is to continue to choose the right thing with the…[Read more]

  • ocadd commented on the post, selective 2 weeks ago

    I wish I would have been more selective with what I chose to fight about. I wish you could be more selective with where you choose to put your energies right now. To select something is to show dedication to it. To select it shows it holds a certain importance. I would like to have selected you more. I wish I had the opportunity to do so now. I…[Read more]

  • Ethan Day commented on the post, aged 3 weeks ago

    Something aged is worth looking into. People become wiser with age, cheese and wines become better. The aged are the expeirenced and the experienced are wiser and the wise is useful to the young.

  • ashley commented on the post, aged 3 weeks ago

    The woman’s skin was thin–like translucent vellum. How long ago was it that her veins were barely visible beneath? How long since the muscles in her hand filled out the spaces between her finger bones, flexing unnoticed beneath smoother, tanned, and melanin-rich skin as they crumbled the aged cheese on her plate? When did her cuticles become so…[Read more]

  • Bridget Grace commented on the post, aged 3 weeks, 1 day ago

    She cleared her throat and nodded her head in the general direction of a woman looking for a seat. He craned his neck. “What?”
    “That’s Cynthia.”
    “No, it can’t be.”
    “It’s been 15 years, Ryan, she doesn’t look at all the same, but that’s her. Watch her walk.”

  • magnets commented on the post, recommendation 3 weeks, 4 days ago

    “There’s nothing you can say,” he says, looking at me with aching eyes, and I watch them like television screens. I see thirty-five years of unhappiness. Thirty-five years of mundane afternoons and lonely nights. Of under-achievement, unrequited love, anxiety attacks. The vague possibility of contentment that’s hovered over his head for so long…[Read more]

  • Brian W commented on the post, recommendation 3 weeks, 5 days ago

    I’ve been searching everywhere for the most elusive of all things: where to start. It’s funny, isn’t it? How much we can rely on that single piece of information to get anywhere. At least, I do. I wish I could be more “go with the flow,” you know? But it’s just not in my nature. I need a plan, a pathway. I need to know I’m going the right…[Read more]

  • And here we gather, flowers to the wind, a welcomed recommendation to sing with breezes and dance with stems…

  • She scanned over the letter. It wasn’t glowing, sure, but it was pretty good.

  • Sparklespirit commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    They come towards me, charging.

    The horns gleam, and I see the shine of polished bone, in the last seconds of my pain-free life.

    The Running Of The Bulls really should have been the last thing on my bucket list- The Kicking of The Bucket.

  • Shalini commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    Charging towards my dreams with the speed of light, and the escape velocity of the earth.

  • magnets commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    His fingers tremble slightly as they hover over the keys, and I know it has nothing to do with cold or fear. It’s the anticipation. I know it well. I can see the outline of a thousand minuscule gears whir rapidly inside his skull, and watch as his fingertips tap idly at nothing. Practicing with the air. Warming up. Waiting for that buzz of energy…[Read more]

  • Hannah cotton commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    charging can make a device work longer or charging can be accusing someone of something for instance: “You robbed my shop am pressing charges!”

  • Chris commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    I’ve been charging my phone for hours but it’s still only at 13%. It says slow charging. Why? Is there something wrong with the wiring in my house? I’ve tried multiple outlets but it still says slow charging 37 hours til full charge! I will never be able to use my phone unplugged again!

  • mitanshukr commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    You’re charging me all the time,
    as the sun charges the moon all the time.
    You can’t be with me all the time,
    but your power stays with me all the time.
    The power that brightens my life,
    as the moon brightens the soil.

  • mitanshukr commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    Charging your phone is not easy when you have only one charging port and two-person to charge; you and your younger sister. You can never win from your younger sister, as she has an exceptional power to rule and even, parents’ prefer her over you.

  • David J commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    when i went to charge my card, it was declined. first i thought it was my ex who doesn’t like th fact that she lost control of my income. Then i thought i was charging the wron card. alas, i slid it in the wrong way. TWSS!!!!! LOL

  • Bridget Grace commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    Plugging in her phone, she breathed a sigh of relief. Charge started surging into the battery. She leaned against the wall and closed her eyes. Now there was nothing to do but wait. She mentally made a list of the next steps.

  • Ghost Jalen commented on the post, charging 1 month ago

    One day in Africa i was charging my phone,out the corner of my eye,i see a herd of Buffalo charging at me. I left my phone charging and ran for my life.