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6. imperatives

Go! Shut the damn door! Stop! Drop the key on the floor! Leave! Lie to me… no more! Wait! Give back my faith! Escape! Liberate this heart from rain! Stay! Take your memory away! Quit! Be a coward till the … Continue reading

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5. adjectives

love IS… (you know) it IS… (even if it’s hard to believe) a series of adjectives, incompatible , somehow, additives, to spice up an all-enduring dream – and so it goes, between ‘yes’ and ‘noes’, significant qualifiers colouring insignificant signifiers! … Continue reading

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RENEGARE

Reneg! Ce – am fost, ce sînt şi ce voi fi – un renegat, întîmplător ivit pe acest pămînt, fricos, cînd adevăr şoptesc şi… curajos cînd minciună strig. Reneg! Ce – am spus, ce spun şi ce vor spune! Captiv … Continue reading

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uncountables

Chaos! apprehension of abiding faith… Jealousy! trepidation of potential loss… Audacity! definition of gravitational attraction… Desire! justification of immaculate guilt… Passion! agitation of unconditional surrender… Courage! projection of sacred trust… Safety! expectation of disarming honesty… Beauty! cognition of endless joy… … Continue reading

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verbless

sunset! the tragic moaning of the dying sun echoed by the whisper of your yearning howl. the frightened beauty of the blackened skies lightening the lustre of your hungered eyes. sunrise! the savage anger of the wakening light stormed by … Continue reading

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2 phrasal verbs

falling in, falling out fearful hopeful doubtful thoughtful falling in, falling out fearless hopeless doubtless thoughtless no income, no outcome just thoughts doubts fears and broken vows

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object pronouns

Have you sensesd the awkward silence between us? Me – too scared to begin, You – too confident to finish! Her – too loving to forget, Him – too jealous to detect! It – too lifeless to ignite, Us – … Continue reading

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