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Kyam: Everybody comes from somewhere, some from the wrong end of the tracks and some with no tracks at all. Some with a golden spoon and fork and knife, some with sterling silver, and some with stainless and some with plastic and some with no spoon at all and some of their moms left over spoon heating up the heroin in their tiny little dependent seizing bodies and some never need a spoon at the morgue and some that wished they never had a Goddamn spoon with all the torture that was gonna come with it. Maybe there's just too many spoons in the world?
June 1, 2015 at 2:01AM
    watergirl: Wow what a comment you are insightful and compassionate. My daughter works with youth and I involve myself with homeless youth - this is in one of the most fortunate countries in the world - and indeed some people have such a bad start how can you expect them to achieve anything? But some flower anyway - the tenacity of the human spirit. Not enough love to go round; I try and expand the volume of love in the world everyday..........start with a smile and "how can I help you?..." a little but a lot.
    Bless you.
    June 1, 2015 at 7:18PM
    evilynne: Maybe the answer is to spoon out a ladle of love
    June 1, 2015 at 7:51PM
    mrsmajor: It is easy for those turn their backs on those without...sadly tomorrow is another day, and all things can change...when I can help someone it makes for a better day to a retired teacher, I can say there are so many out there, longing for someone to hug them, smile at them, or understand they are having a tough time...instead they are placed in the same box, never to be treated as an individual...then their troubles can I help you...indeed!
    That's why I Pray for them...
    June 1, 2015 at 7:51PM

Kyam: My life would be extremely disappointing I suppose to the average person but for me I had nothing to compare it to so it was my world for which I was grateful for at the time and I have to say I still am. I was born into an extremely abusive household of which you will see me writing lots about. So hold on to your hats because the space ship is getting ready for take off.
May 29, 2015 at 11:52PM
    Linda Engel: Those of us who have dark secrets seem to be able to survive. And as we share, expose, and crush our abusers we get better and stronger. We need our muses to keep whispering "don't wallow" it makes for good writing.
    May 30, 2015 at 5:46PM
    Kyam: Did you say "Don't Wallow?" Would you say that to a soldier that came back from Viet Nam? That's what my therapist said my childhood was like. Like a land mine field, watching where you stepped to keep yourself safe! You don't know the torturous abuse I've been through! Got it! Walk 1/2 a mile with my no shoe feet. This IS MY WRITING!! MY LIFE!! My therapist said he had never seen a child LIVE through the amount o.....never mind. I worked so hard to be sane. But I'll never forget. I haven't even got to the good stuff yet my dearest. But DO NOT TELL ME HOW TO FEEL, OK?? DEAL......Faith P.S. And now my daughter gets murdered oh no, don't you even go there, no, no, no no no no no
    June 1, 2015 at 2:15AM

Kyam: My life all the way through has definitely been an adventure for sure. I wouldn't change a thing, because everything that happened was a life lesson to teach me something and make me the person I am today. You know Thankful people are the happiest people and that's me, I tend to see the good in everybody, I really do. Because I'm of the white light where God is and not of the darkness and I've never been into darkness and it's really never bothered me. God has always been my protector. Enough rambling. I look forward to being in this helpful club and thank you in advance. Blessings, Faith
May 20, 2015 at 2:46AM
    flylikeaneagle: Keep dancing in the golden light of day! Jesus loves you!
    May 20, 2015 at 7:55AM
    mrsmajor: I believe my life has taught me so many lessons, and God's Blessings have been with me, it seems, forever...What we see and how we accept each moment, whether good or a lesson well learned...Welcome, put your pen to paper as often as you can...Enjoy!
    May 20, 2015 at 8:05AM
    Dean Kuch: Welcome, Kyam. We are all so glad you're here! :)
    May 20, 2015 at 8:37PM

Kyam: I like to freelance. My daughter was recently murdered so you will hear a lot of heartache. I love to write whether good, bad, or indifferent. It's healing for me. It's also a way of releasing pain. I have 8 dogs and that's comical within itself. Hope to read a lot of your Art too.......
May 15, 2015 at 9:31AM
    June 1, 2015 at 1:25AM
    Dean Kuch: Freelance away, Kyam, and I'm truly sorry for your loss. A parent never wants to outlive their children.
    Writing, at least for me, is one of the most therapeutic things we can do to vent constructively. We're all human...well, most here are, although there are some whom I suspect are unfeeling robots. Anyhow, we're all human beings...some broken, some damaged, some bearing heavy burdens, like yourself. Writing about them, sharing our thoughts, feelings and emotions with others, and getting constructive feedback on what we've shared is some of the best therapy there is.

    Best of luck here, and elsewhere...~Dean
    June 4, 2015 at 3:45PM


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