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May 16, 2010



I like it when things pour out like this. It's wonderful. Full of feelings abut doubt that cloud our everydays.


and yet the words you wrote here are not weightless, and they shine the light on something hidden so the darkness is pushed away. I would be unable to ignor this post and I have a feeling that you are loved so pfft. Therapy from the lemonade stand - take it for what it's worth. I loved this. YOU ARE ENOUGH!!

Andy Sewina

Yeah, strong emotions, I think you've captured my greatest fears here!


mm so says humanity really =)


this poems became more frightening the more
i read, because you articulated my fears...ouch.


You perfectly captured what I fear too often

Dina Spice

Sad, sad, sad, but reads really sweetly.

- Dina


We all have the same fears Julie...

Getting out of the cudgels of such fears is really a struggle, but though how much we struggle to get out of them, they come and follow us, why is it so? Only our inner self could answer it!


Great post! It's amazing how sometimes the ones we write quickly are so effective...it's like they were waiting to be born!

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