Tag Archives: autobiography

Metaphor

Everything I experience is converted into a metaphor for my writing. My worst fears are that someone will take the metaphors too literally. Or worse, see through them to the truth.

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Fade to White origins

My best friend in high school had a boyfriend named Jason. Jason cheated on her then bragged about it online. On my own profile, I wrote something vague about how people disappoint me. All hell broke loose. Jason and his … Continue reading

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The Past

When I was a kid, I used to pin my bright yellow blanket around my shoulders (the perfect universal costume, in my humble opinion) and play act having conversations with the characters from my favorite novels. I loved those hours … Continue reading

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Writing Mode

Coming out from being in a deep writing mode feels like waking up from a dream. I feel groggy and dazed, and need time to remember which world I’m in.  

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Mental Health

Remember how I said that I have problems? This is what the past three days have been like.

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Goals in Life

One of my goals in life is to have an angel statue standing over my grave.

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Invisible

When I was growing up, I wanted to be a recluse. Which is exactly how I ended up married with children, right? Ha ha!

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