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The Lost Journals: Chapter One – Pg. 7


Santa Monica, CA Linda Borra Conaughey 2/7/1995 – Journal Entry One My only comfort is the companionship of my sorrow. It has been five years since he passed and also five years since I have painted. My hands ache for … Continue reading

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Blogging: They aren’t coming back…


I often tell you that I don’t count on return visits from my followers. I want to share with you a stat image that will further highlight this fact. You will notice from my graph that there are definite times … Continue reading

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Broken Promises


Winter night of stars and light. An empty glass stands as the past. I see myself in the reflection staring back. Sharded image colored like ice… it is me. Each image a perfect imagination and yet they have reality’s eyes. … Continue reading

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Wannabe Saints and Angels


I see wannabe saints everywhere. People are so quick to say “well if I had this or that I would do this or that.” It is very easy to speculate about what we would do if we had someone else’s … Continue reading

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Different Paths


I view the world through a cascade of color. Prisms of light shine through the twin teardrops I have bred, but not yet given birth to. They hang upon my being and sway in a desperate attempt to not succumb … Continue reading

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Writing through the Tired


Tired and writing through the tired right now. There is something to be said if you can write even when you are exhausted. It takes a certain amount of dedication and drive in my opinion. I like to write when … Continue reading

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Start, Stop, Pause, Repeat – Death


They say that you are more likely to get in an auto accident within ten minutes of your home due to complacency. The most dangerous place in America is the four-way stop. It is the only time you can observe … Continue reading

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10 Things Not to Say to an Asian


Do your parents speak English? No, they kind of wave their arms around and point at things while grunting. So do you like eat rice every day? So do you like eat fat every day? When did you come to … Continue reading

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Powerblogging Part 2 – Why Powerblog?


The question keeps being fielded towards me and there have been some misconceptions as to why one might decide to powerblog in the first place. Powerblogging is not a path only for those trying to sell a product, book, or … Continue reading

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I forgot the photo


I forgot to add the photo image for the last post. Here is my reference image showing my bell curb for HarsH ReaLiTy. You can note the start of the website in January of 2013 and the progression to this … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Powerblogging – Part 1


There is a reason why I have waited this long to write this post and also why I have shared articles on blogging this past week. They were leading to this point, one which many bloggers will hate. That is … Continue reading

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My Writing “Process”


Everyone else is writing “how to” articles so I decided I would write one as well. This is my “how to” process on writing blogs. Hopefully you find some helpful information here. I begin by putting on a plastic crown … Continue reading

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Midnight Poet


The words look different under the light of the moon. Perhaps it is the lack of light that prevents the pages from shining haunting images of inadequacy. It matters not that the same scene is now portrayed by glowing screens … Continue reading

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The Meeting – HarsH ReaLiTy


Confidential – Boardroom Transcription February 5th, 2014 Denver, Colorado Location: Top floor – Tower of Evil Confused: “What the hell happened? We said we were going to write on both blogs, but now we are only writing on the new one. … Continue reading

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I love it


Bring your anger and your conviction. Pile it high and set it on fire as you dance in ritual homage to your beliefs. Look up fool and take note of the bonfires around you. Your candle of reverence is joined … Continue reading

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Winter’s Night


She holds my hand and we step into a moment of our own. Nothing else matters, you share everything regardless of what type of emotion is being ingested at that given time. I feel that way about my wife and … Continue reading

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Airbrush


She uses her airbrush with ease. Wistfully erasing the imperfections she sees, the mistakes she knows others must observe. It is a sad kind of art that takes place here. Instead of adding to a masterpiece a portrait is created … Continue reading

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There is a hole in my pocket


There is a hole in my pocket. I dare not place anything of value within it. I wonder now what may have been already lost. Have I been giving to the world blindly and do inadvertent gifts of charity count … Continue reading

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Abandoned Warrior


You kneel there facing the sun. Contemplating a lifetime in a moment as you gaze at the light for the last time. The sun seems to strive at forcing away the quickly tumbling curtain upon reality before your eyes. It … Continue reading

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“How I Write” By OM


I hope Jami doesn’t mind, but I will reference her comment for this post. She requested it and I am always willing to write about things I am not good at. I will post here comment first “I still watch … Continue reading

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My God


My God comforts me in the morning. He listens to me in the evening and whispers to me during the night. He calms me when I allow it. I ignore him often, but he does not seem to mind. Like … Continue reading

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Blogging without Rules


There are no rules for blogging except for the few defined by WordPress and Google in terms of interaction, spamming, and copyright. In fact all the “rules” you will see on SEO and Google relationships are many times wrong. Be … Continue reading

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The Daily Opinion – Connection


Do you remember life before the cell phone? How did we survive back then?

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Nameless but Important


I believe you are as important as you want to be. When I come to work I don’t get handshakes and head nods from the people that work during the day. All they see is a shadow, a nameless, hoody … Continue reading

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Personal


I close my eyes and the pain stops. For without reality there is no now and I am able to hover within a second… for a second. I sense every nerve in my body. They stand at attention and await … Continue reading

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