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Poetry By On June 17, 2019

Blood Clot

You were the one who did the heartbreaking Now all I’m trying to do is stop all the pain and aching.   -2012

Blogger By On May 15, 2019

Documentary Recommendations – Series 3 Documentaries to Skip

Unfortunately, not every documentary you watch will be a good one. Or sometimes you’ll watch a movie that you kind of enjoyed but you know you wouldn’t recommend anyone else to watch it (for me that Christmas lifetime movies hahah). These four documentaries don’t have any common themes aside from the fact that I don’t think you should watch them…

Poetry By On March 6, 2019

The Invisible String

You pull be around with your smiles and drag me down with your words baby I’ve told you that you can have me but you won’t see what we could be. I’ve tried to walk away but I can’t get too far without missing you. -2010

Dating Blog By On February 4, 2019

Am I Bitter?

I read so many poems on almost relationships and half baked ones. Ones where there’s only one person fighting for this relationship. When looking at these ‘relationships’ from the outside it’s so easy to judge and wonder WHY IS SHE PUTTING UP WITH THIS?! Unfortunately, things are never so easily black and white. We come up with all these reasons…

Dating Blog By On September 5, 2018

10 Ticking Time Bombs in a Relationship

Keeping a relationship going is hard work and there are a number of traps you and your significant other can slip into. CEO from 1 Code Hub asked me what are some issues that could cause future break ups and I’m here with some answers! Lack of communication   I’ve answered before that communication is the most important part of…

Poetry By On October 4, 2016

No One Cries for the Sinners (An Abecedarian)

Arizona is the place for a funeral, if there ever could be such a place because believe me when I say, Life can’t take root in dry soil. No Botanist or Investigator dares to try and stop her. She is contacted by the weak, the helpless, the hopeless, each in dying need of her services. I think of her often…