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Old 06-23-2013, 10:35 PM   #1251
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I guess we all simply see what we want to see.


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Old 06-30-2013, 07:37 PM   #1252
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A female knifed me in the back, and that hurts more than any man beating. And I walk away bleeding out trust, exsanguinating broken bonded cells by the millions.

I could have killed her with my honesty blade, but I felt sorry for her desperation.
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Old 06-30-2013, 07:58 PM   #1253
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I'm so very sorry to hear this happened to such a lovely you.

Hugs and caramel truffles!
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Old 06-30-2013, 08:19 PM   #1254
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aw it's alright. People are weak. I shelter my weakness like it's something special. I don't use it to hurt others.
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Old 07-06-2013, 11:02 AM   #1255
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I could buy a cooling air-conditioner, or I could just lay on the floor sweltering with heat lethargy.
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And there was that man with the weird shoes, the man with the rope. I laughed at him last year, that was last year.
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I was alone with my insides falling out. I hadnít eaten a thing all day. I was shaking with the weaks. I knocked on his front door last week wearing a crooked toothed fragile fake smile. He let me in.

ďWhatís wrong? You wouldnít be here if something wasnít wrong.Ē

I sat down in the barber chair and demanded: Tie me to this chair right now, immediately. I cried like a lunatic.

He wouldnít tie me to the chair. I let the river out of my eyes. He sat on the couch across from me, staring at me. I can only imagine what he thought of me in that moment. He didnít say much.

He wouldnít tie me to the chair with ropes. I cried more, half yelling at him, half begging him. His hands worked well enough to stop the trembling when he eventually laid them firm on my forearms. And he whispered in my ear: lots of people probably cried in this same antique chair while getting haircuts and spilling secrets. Imagine it: Billy fucked Sallyís best friend. Johnís a drunk, his wife ran out. Bob lost his job. Lisaís father died. Jill left Jim for Josette and didnít want a threesome. Is it that bad you silly woman?

And just like that I started to laugh. I didnít have to say anything. The whole scenario tickled my head. He let me go. I got up and ate at tuna fish sandwich like I owned the place. I almost washed the dishes. I went home: Ok, bye. Bye baby girl.
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Old 07-06-2013, 11:58 AM   #1256
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Is it that bad you silly woman?

I donít remember. I was born in this year and everything else is subtracted from that thunder number. We blur the sight of the lightening strike with salty laugh tears and wet silly sad drops. We mix rain with black mascara and that creates dark rivers on the faces of the vulnerable ones. We canít see what we are crying about after the storm.
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The Unspeakables. That is what we are.

Fuck the ants in my sugar bowl. Itís summer time.
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Old 07-06-2013, 11:59 AM   #1257
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"Would you like one ant, or two in your coffee?"
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Old 07-06-2013, 08:32 PM   #1258
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"Would you like one ant, or two in your coffee?"
Sounds like the beginning of a new video
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Old 07-09-2013, 10:02 PM   #1259
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Sounds like the beginning of a new video
I should have gotten the ants on video. That would have been great, it's not too late. The ants will come back, and I will write about them.
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Old 07-09-2013, 10:05 PM   #1260
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I am the object of his obsession. The art of manipulation seems like a hypnotic. I am awake wondering, how did I get here? Only the big clues wake me up: ďI feel physically sick.Ē

It is my fault. This mind trick would have lasted if he didnít punch my instincts in the gut. He feels sick and I feel a sense of doom. I am an anxious girl when there is a reason to be anxious.

Persistence weakens me over time. He doesnít stop with the words and gifts. I get confused and forget--- and all of that keeps me talking to him even when I try to pull back, gently and not gently.

The only solution is to cut out communication like a tumor. I canít deal with a man that is sick for me, when the sickness is not returned. I donít share the obsessive germ. I gave the wrong man a sample, and it has grown wild in his testicular tube system that mocks a heart.

And of course there is guiltóI talked to him.
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Old 07-11-2013, 04:26 PM   #1261
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I love the dull roar at the beach in the summer time. I limped close to the water with my towel and wondered all these people, where do they come from. A decision had to be madeówhere should I put my towel?

I thought about sneaking close to a family and pretending to be part of their world. Would they notice me? Who will sun block my back?

New Jersey beaches were the best when I didnít know about the Mediterranean Sea and the other clear salt waters of the world. Itís so rough and dark here, and the water is cold. I force myself a swim and put my back to the ocean. Itís a risk that I take every year for the thrill of the slap on my back. I even bend over.

I keep the windows down and the radio up. The man at the tollbooth grabbed my hand. He said I have soft hands so I wiggled my tongue at him and raced away laughing inside.

What would it be like to suck a dick in that booth? My hands are soft, my mouth is softer.
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Old 07-15-2013, 04:11 PM   #1262
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A shocking 91% match for me. WTF computer.

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Old 07-15-2013, 05:16 PM   #1263
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What does the world look like looking up? I have seen the ground and memorized cracks, chewed gum stains and boots. Who are we?
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I wanted to take a picture with my blurry cry eye but my tear shutter blinked quickly and the effect went away. I couldnít capture that. I was sitting on the toilet crying, holding onto the sink and staring at the waste bucket.

And just when I thought I got that leaky faucet fixed the shower opened up to a sobbing situation. I got on my knees with the water on my back. I realized that washing in tears is a ridiculous idea so I got up and shampooed my hair.
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Old 07-15-2013, 05:32 PM   #1264
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Who is Frida Kahlo?

A surgeon at work told me that I remind him of Frida Kahlo. He told me this twice so I decided to find out why. I looked at pictures of her. I didnít see the resemblance so I asked him why, and he told me itís your hair, and your personality.

I am going to investigate this woman and find out what he thinks about me.

And my hairóI want to cut it short. I only keep it long because I love loose braids piled on the top of my head like a crown.
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Old 07-15-2013, 06:20 PM   #1265
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If I promise not to stare up at you too much, can I be the melty bubble gum on your shoe for a day?

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Old 07-15-2013, 06:50 PM   #1266
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You can be a fresh piece in a pink pack and I can blow big bubbles with your wishes, and make sculptures with your sticky sugar soul.

It doesnít get more disgusting than the days past. The sculpture that is the years of chewed bubble gum piled together over time and glazed with clear nail polish, stuck to the wall of my bedroom life. Itís a used mouth mountain. It might not be artwork, but we are the art.
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Old 07-15-2013, 07:07 PM   #1267
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Sounds perfect to me as so often your words really do make my chewy heart swell and pop.

*sigh*

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Old 07-15-2013, 07:56 PM   #1268
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Who is Frida Kahlo?

A surgeon at work told me that I remind him of Frida Kahlo. He told me this twice so I decided to find out why. I looked at pictures of her. I didnít see the resemblance so I asked him why, and he told me itís your hair, and your personality.

I am going to investigate this woman and find out what he thinks about me.

And my hairóI want to cut it short. I only keep it long because I love loose braids piled on the top of my head like a crown.
Please keep the loose braids, and how about a picture of them
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:35 AM   #1269
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Please keep the loose braids, and how about a picture of them
I haven't brushed my hair since Saturday.
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:35 AM   #1270
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Sounds perfect to me as so often your words really do make my chewy heart swell and pop.

*sigh*
To the beach!
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:38 AM   #1271
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Who is Frida Kahlo?

A surgeon at work told me that I remind him of Frida Kahlo. He told me this twice so I decided to find out why. I looked at pictures of her. I didnít see the resemblance so I asked him why, and he told me itís your hair, and your personality.

I am going to investigate this woman and find out what he thinks about me.

And my hairóI want to cut it short. I only keep it long because I love loose braids piled on the top of my head like a crown.
You should definitely watch this movie.

Not because the guy at work is hitting on you, but because the film is really good.
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:46 AM   #1272
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If I will be Frida Kahlo who will be Diego Rivera?

I watched the movie. I cried my eyes out. And when I see that surgeon again I will call him Diego. I do not look like Frida but maybe my words paint like hers in my own head.

Itís a strange comparison on his part but I will take it because it means he looks at me when I feel most invisible.
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:49 AM   #1273
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You should definitely watch this movie.

Not because the guy at work is hitting on you, but because the film is really good.
I watched this movie last night. I really liked it and apparently the movie is accurate from an art history perspective.

What else can I watch?
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Old 07-16-2013, 11:17 AM   #1274
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I watched this movie last night. I really liked it and apparently the movie is accurate from an art history perspective.

What else can I watch?
Pollock is a good movie and also accurate to real life
Ed Harris wanted to do this movie for many years
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Pollock is a good movie and also accurate to real life
Ed Harris wanted to do this movie for many years
I will watch it. Thanks.
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