Tag Archives: coping

Dada, Peas (Poem by Kephra Rubin)

Poem about a father’s struggle with leaving his daughter to provide for her and the wedge his absence drives between them. Continue reading

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Falling (poem)

Falling The higher I rise the further I fall There was a time I reached for the sky I rose up high Now it feels like I’ve been falling all my life That little voice Watching those little dreams The … Continue reading

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Be (Poetry)

Be; a poem by Kephra Rubin delving into the struggle of finding inner freedom. Continue reading

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Poetry: Slowly It Degrades

I laugh as I ponder, with still no answer to why; slowly it degrades. I notice the smooth image has wrinkles now. Tiny grains drift away, I am sad. I try to hold on, I really do. Watching my hands as the sand slips through. Continue reading

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Sometimes, you can come home again

You can’t change the bad, but sometimes it can be possible to ignore the good and only remember the bad. However the truth would seem to be, that if you search deeply enough, you can find pieces of home that are genuine and not warped memories created by some defense mechanism in your psyche, but true memories worth revisiting, worth coming home to. Continue reading

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Horribly Wonderful Time

“There is nothing you can’t overcome. What we overcome inside ourselves can rival any external challenge the world will ever crash down at our feet.” Continue reading

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