Category Archives: Values of Life

Flashbacks…

Something, forgotten, long, long, LONG ago, that I blocked out, suppressed, even, and now, they all came, flooding back, faster, that 75mph! Flashbacks, they come, at the most inconvenient of times, when you’re, trying, to forget about your pasts, and, … Continue reading

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The Pixies in My Mind

A child’s active imagination, initiated, with a cartoon from Disney, translated… After watching “Inside Out”, my son often imagined that there are, pixies inside his mind, and from time to time, he’d told us, which one was, in control of … Continue reading

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I Will Catch You

I will catch you, if you ever fall, if you ever need me, I’ll just be, a thought away!  I will catch you, you’re, mine, I won’t let ANY harm come to you, ever! I will catch you, if you’d, … Continue reading

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Her Broken Face…

She stared, hared, into the mirror, that’s been cracked up, and, she saw, a fractured reflection of herself… It’d, made her think and ponder: when, did I, become like this?  Why am I, broken right now, failing, to realize, that … Continue reading

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Bitterness, Condensed, a Poem

Remembering the lessons taught to you by your eldest sister and mother, and, they’re, no longer here, translated… Mom’s Gone, at the Age of a Hundred Without Her, Our Eldest Sister Became Mom She’s Eighty-Six, Died on August Sixth And … Continue reading

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Tell Me I’m Your Favorite!

Tell me I’m your favorite, even if you love us all equally, mom!  Translated… My three-year-old son fell seriously ill, and the children when sick, became especially fragile. In the early morning, he’d burst out crying, and I can’t quiet … Continue reading

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The Tastes of Midnight Snacks

Now, the only place you can savor the midnight snacks you and your parents and siblings shared is in your memories, translated… When we were younger, my mother, for the sakes of making ends meet, she’d delivered the newspapers in … Continue reading

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