Your Way Out

like an itch, you will always bother them. for they don't understand you and they never will. but never give them the privilege long enough let them think they will break you, then grab your freedom by the tail, and use it to smack sanity in them. never allow yourself to be clubbed into dank …

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My Heart Can’t Take It

my heart has broken wings, i forgot the will to fly, i found comfort in the hole, being buried was better, swimming in shores of the frozen seas, hoping that the cold shocks me back to sanity, under water doesn't scare me anymore.   its hard to breath sometimes, i can feel my heart hanging …

Never of Common Threads

The system's game is of fortune and never of common threads. there are those born in palaces, luxuries, and such. wherever they seem to go, good fortune follows them, every thing they touch, turns into substance. Upon the streets where necessities are few, others live. never enough food to eat, dreams are just dreams, they …

Shooting Star

like the birth of a child, i held his love in my arms, like a new flower budding out, innocence so peaceful, beauty so loud, and freedom so divine. he captured my heart the very first day I laid my eyes on him. afro guy, blue shirt, black jeans, and a sling laptop back hanging …

Silence of The Mountains

(picture credit: Pixabay) The gorgeous silence of the mountains, the tiny sounds of tiny creatures, the subtleness and classiness of the clouds, the indifference of the beautiful trees, the stillness of the river below, the shallowness of the valleys, bring out the silence of the mountains, the silence of the dawn, the silence of the …

Growing Up In A Silent Home | A Photographer’s   Story — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Photographer Katia Morichetti is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the project ‘The Impossible Elsewhere’. To see Katia’s body of work, click on any image. A few days before my eighth birthday, my parents took me to a child psychologist. I stuttered. The psychologist did […] via Growing Up In A …