Comments Posted By Briar

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everlasting

Cole was still here. His friends were long gone, and they hadn’t even remembered him as they died. He watched over the temple, unable to leave. He felt so, so alone.

» Posted By Briar On 11.05.2016 @ 10:48 am

candid

Straightforward, honest, blunt, truthful. The man was very candid about his personality. He was an honest man. The woman was a candid person in general.

» Posted By briar On 05.20.2015 @ 3:14 pm

departure

I didn’t know you would leave so soon. You should have at least warned me, gave me enough time to say goodbye. Let me at least take you to the airport. Is it too late to change your mind?

» Posted By briar On 05.10.2014 @ 4:00 am

footprint

I still see them as clear as the ones you left as you were leaving; the ones you left as you were just coming in. It all happened so soon and everything felt like a blur. Were you just really here? Did you really exist?

» Posted By briar On 05.09.2014 @ 7:13 am

civilize

Civilize. Which we are not. To me, it means having the ability to put our own interests aside for others. Which we routinely fail to do personally, at a community level and in policy.

» Posted By Briar On 10.17.2012 @ 1:34 am

glossy

there is a glossy photo it has a frame it is something that my mother never would have brought home because she was all about the matte finishes so this glossy photo is a miracle in my hands that will leave smudges all over it i am sure but for now it is perfect and it is mine and she took it and it is beautiful and glossy photos are so much more interesting or maybe

» Posted By briar On 04.28.2009 @ 10:25 pm

cone

A cone can be many things. It could be the vessel of a delicious frozen treat . Or it can be a little hat on a very creepy disturbed clown. It can be something to prevent a dog from licking its stitches, or even a cat from licking its stitches. A cone can be something in which you amplify that which you are yelling to a crowd. It can be a small tree-looking object that fell off of a pine or fir tree (supposed

» Posted By Briar On 01.01.1970 @ 12:00 am

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