i am a rock breaking
i am a rock breaking in the stream of last winter to now. everything i balanced against is gone. the song refuses to echo and the chorus wont speak. like staring at the sun from an unsafe distance my reflections ripple and toss as i crumble. my desperate fortune never enough, i will be shattered for this spring for this stream until summer’s cast can’t tell me apart.
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car-je-suis-l-amoureuse: Something about you that I can’t shake, Don’t know how much of this I can take, Baby I’m under your spell. I was knocked out and loaded in the naked night. When my last dream exploded, I noticed your light. Baby, oh what a story I could tell. It’s been nice seeing you, you read me like a…
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funwithplantingplans: Kids who do play outside are less likely to get sick, to be stressed or become aggressive, and are more adaptable to life’s unpredictable turns, Louv said.
nickgerber: Every day is a privilege. I think that was one of the things I’ve learned from my archive. I’ve seen and lived amazing things. I cherish that, and I cherish that I get to share them with you guys in addition to keeping an archive of my life. Thanks for coming on the ride. There’s a lot more to come.
My perspective definitely changed. This program has absolutely had a positive...– Kate Pittel A Nurse with MSF speaking about her time in Nigeria Read the full article from the Oakland Press here. (via doctorswithoutborders)
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nickgerber: (That’s what he said) Operation Route 66: What We’re Doing: Each of the men and women who have fought in Iraq or Afghanistan has a story. These tales can be described as hair-raising, poignant, heartbreaking, riveting and more, and each is the story of an American hero. After hearing some of them, my father and I decided it was our duty to help tell their stories – to help bring...
The insufficient capacity of the Iraqi health system to respond to the medical...– Shinjiro Murata, An MSF field coordinator from Japan, worked with MSF in the southern Iraqi city of Najaf, where his main focus was setting up a new project focused on improving perinatal and obstetric care in one of the largest referral hospitals in the region. Here, he talks about his experience....