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it can’t be that today’s word is one of my favorite things! I’ve got a dozen or so at home, a few more in the office, and then there are those I had to let go over the years, duplicates, or monsters too huge to keep dusting and hauling around. many live in closets and under beds, stuck like time capsules in their snapped-shut cases, waiting for I don’t know what…

» Posted By Liz On 07.12.2018 @ 12:07 pm


Moving fast, burning away, energy turns to flesh turns to energy, flying through the void, no stopping it, no turning back, no way to rest. Thrum of a heartbeat, screaming of lungs, muscles straining against skin, tearing, binding, creating anew.

» Posted By Liz On 06.14.2018 @ 1:37 am


The car stopped with a judder. “Shit,” I spat, scrabbling desperately for the gear stick, feeling my neck turn red with the pressure of the line of traffic behind me, reaching impatiently for their horns. The car lurched forward as I found the gear, then stuttered to a halt once more as I failed to find the bite.

» Posted By Liz On 06.06.2018 @ 7:37 am


Anger, suddenly arising within you. You have no control over what is coming out of you. You are filled with so much emotion that your face feels the heat, you are heated.

» Posted By Liz On 05.09.2018 @ 8:26 am


She waved at me from across the room, but I pretended not to notice. Not because I didn’t want to see her, but because I didn’t want her to see me like this. I guess it was too late, given her wave. I stood up a little straighter, pushed my hair behind my ears and began the arduous walk through the sweltering crowd to say hello.

» Posted By Liz On 10.19.2017 @ 3:11 pm


he sat down next to me. “I’m sorry to say but, i have to inform you.”

“Inform me of what?”

“It’s about your brother,” he tipped his hat and set it on the table. “I’m so sorry.”

“No,” i whisper as he hands me a flag, folded into a triangle. Just the way he taught me.

“I’m so so very very sorry.”

» Posted By liz On 10.11.2017 @ 8:39 pm


everything is so relatable in today
its what we strive to be
people make money off of it
they try too hard they look stupid
in their 60 second video about hashtag relatable best friends
which are not relatable at all
why is it such a standard

» Posted By liz On 09.25.2017 @ 6:27 am


The harmonica? Really I hate the harmonica… it is certainly no harmonious…so I dont know how it derived its name…

» Posted By Liz On 09.19.2017 @ 7:16 am


the amount of dollars i make it little to none and i literally see no point in having a job so young anymore. what is the damn point? to make a life? for who? not i! ugh. who made the idea that i need money to survive? not i! this is foolish and unfair to everyone under the age of at least 18. but, y’know, the world thinks the more dollars you have, the more people will tolerate you. psh, okay. sure. this is ridiculous.

» Posted By Liz On 09.18.2017 @ 12:31 pm


There is stuff in science that people have learned over and over so it would be traditional

» Posted By Liz On 08.14.2017 @ 8:01 am


The heatwave was rushing up her back. It was devouring all the pain and fears. It was a lion in the dark. Cold, ancient, golden glowing eyes. She was consumed, she was relieved, she was set free.

» Posted By Liz On 07.11.2017 @ 3:37 pm

The heatwave was rushing up my back. It was devouring all the pain and fears. It was a lion in the dark. Cold, ancient, golden glowing eyes. I was consumed, I was relieved, I was free.

» Posted By Liz On 07.11.2017 @ 3:32 pm



» Posted By Liz On 07.10.2017 @ 8:01 am


I was asked to enter my name into a ballot to find out if I would be selected to represent my class. I was really nervous and worried that I wouldn’t be selected because it was something I really wanted to do. I thought I would be good at the role but there were many others who also wanted to be selected. I thought I wouldn’t sleep that night but was really tired so fell asleep straight away.

» Posted By Liz On 03.08.2017 @ 12:44 pm

We had to put names into a ballot to decide which parents would go on camp. The funny thing is that we knew exactly who we wanted to go but had to go through this process in order for the parents to feel it was fair. Not a very fair process at all. I’m sure we have all been in this situation when we have felt the outcome was decided prior to the vote.

» Posted By Liz On 03.07.2017 @ 7:23 pm

We had too many parents wanting to come to camp so had to put it to a ballot. We all know that the reality is, we pick who we want and the ballot system is a farce. If only it was as simple as drawing a few names out of a box. There are so many specific qualities needed for parents on camp. We need to look at their skills, their personalities, how they relate to others, how they manage their own children and quite possibly the other children. Do they have any convictions?

» Posted By Liz On 03.07.2017 @ 7:18 pm


So many debts to repay but not with money. We pay we repay we repave the old roads over and over, not with good intentions but with asphalt, this time the holes will stay closed and the rides will all be smooth and we’ll definitely get where we’re going. Repayment is a long slog, but we have a special plan just for you. I am out of ideas but

» Posted By Liz On 02.07.2017 @ 5:41 am


winter is so very dry I had to water my plants when I came into the office and my skin is flaking off as I type this. I got a new humidifier for the bedroom which is miraculously quiet but has a little light that sometimes keeps me company at night — how can it be so dry when there’s so much snow? These are the deep questions that plague me. v

» Posted By Liz On 01.05.2017 @ 8:18 am


Tradition is something very important to me, but sometimes they need to be shaken up. I think routine is very important, but that is a little different than tradition. Traditions to keep us on track with where we’ve come from and who we want to be in the future.

» Posted By Liz On 01.02.2017 @ 9:39 pm


and so it continued, on and on. sometimes she thought it would never stop, it drove her mad, the endless cycles, circles and swirls of consciousness. until one day. it hit her. boom, and it all made sense. finally. fucking finally.

» Posted By Liz On 11.01.2016 @ 3:02 pm


hello school.

» Posted By liz On 10.25.2016 @ 8:18 am


she wasn’t a bad person, at heart. but she always seemed to be doing bad things. bad things that started out as good intentions. well mostly started out as good intentions.

» Posted By liz On 10.16.2016 @ 4:25 pm


“Shitbag!” Kelly screamed at the man that pushed her over on the subway platform.
She picked herself up and smoothed out her skirt, collecting the items that had fallen from her purse.

» Posted By Liz On 10.15.2016 @ 9:10 am


Human structure. Bodies and brains. People are art. The way they move and think. Thoughts that lead to actions and actions that lead to thoughts. Mind games in which bodies are pieces to mess with people’s minds and bodies. The structure of people. Together. The structure of society.

» Posted By Liz On 08.11.2016 @ 4:14 am

The structure of a building is beautiful to some. I find it boring. Body structure. Brain structure. Humans are art. Thoughts lead to actions.

» Posted By Liz On 08.11.2016 @ 4:11 am


sobbing. she wasnt sobbing. its always about she, isn’t it. she wasn’t sobbing when i found her. she had her sunglasses over her face, containing her frustration and self-pitying. She said the city made her feel like such a little child and so helpless. 7 years in this stupid place and she still gets so lost. i understand. how brave she is to let herself be so

» Posted By Liz On 01.30.2016 @ 2:17 pm


interesting activity

» Posted By liz On 01.13.2016 @ 11:53 am

limited people

» Posted By liz On 01.13.2016 @ 11:53 am

limited people

» Posted By liz On 01.13.2016 @ 11:52 am


rgfgfg gfgfsg g I like pumpkins because they are green and yellow and blue and red and white. I am not afraid of them? Halloween is fun. Very very fun. Like totally fun!

» Posted By Liz On 11.30.2015 @ 11:07 am

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