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    Thomas Slatin, On Love Versus A Soulful Connection

    I’ve heard numerous people express their love for me, and it’s sparked some reflection. When someone bares their soul to you in such a heartfelt manner, it’s almost instinctual to feel a profound connection with them. I see this not so much as love in the traditional sense, but as one of the purest forms of human connection—embracing another’s soul. It feels very much like love. Thomas Slatin

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    I Have Been A Lot Different

    I have always been a little different. Even as a young child, when other girls were content with playing princesses and tea parties, I found myself more engrossed in embarking on imagined adventures, climbing trees, and dreaming of the vast, untouched world beyond my backyard. It was a divergence that sometimes isolated me, a tiny ripple in the fabric of conformity that set me apart. Yet, I cherished this difference. I nurtured it. Even then, I understood it as a flame, a flicker of an identity that was distinctively, and blatantly unapologetically, mine. Sky above me, Earth below me, a fiery passion forever burning within me. Thomas Slatin Throughout my…

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    Belong, Reprise

    As daylight’s moments unfurl into resplendent hours, time dances before us. Whenever I gaze upon the looking glass, a vision of my own feminine essence greets me; a whimsical whisper of self twirling gracefully upon the carousel’s edge, wrapped in a riddle of endless wonder. Thomas Slatin, Only The Moon Understands The Beauty Of Love

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    Almost.

    “Almost,” the quiet sentinel of uncharted realms, where wishes become like fireflies dancing in the twilight of our yearning, casting a glow upon the silhouettes of our unattained desires. It is a word that lingers, etched upon our hearts like the fading ink of a love letter never sent, a token of the times we dared to dream but were held back by the gravity of reality. In the gardens of life, “almost” grows like a vine, winding its way through the tangled branches of our aspirations, seeking out the light of what could be, while casting shadows upon the blossoms of our achievements. It is the quiet rustle of…

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    The Sun And Moon Pirouette In Eternal Harmony

    In the grand mosaic of the cosmos, a delicate dance unfolds, as the sun and moon pirouette in eternal harmony. The sun is a luminous beacon, graciously bathing the moon in its radiant glow, asking for nothing in return. This celestial ballet paints the night sky with ethereal hues, a testament to the boundless beauty of nature’s embrace. This poignant union whispers to our very souls, urging us to weave threads of kindness and selflessness into the fabric of our own lives. For in this cosmic tale of light and shadow, we find an inspiring allegory, a call to cherish the delicate balance that breathes life into our relationships and…

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    Thomas Slatin Quote On Writing A Novel

    “Although I have considered writing a novel, my wheelhouse is not in fiction, and even it it were, my writing would center around black forests and wolves, with characters all in half-costume, half-awake, and half gone to seed. When I was younger, I would write in riddles and rhymes, whereas in recent years, I have started writing with old words which are so obscure that people falsely assume that they are simply made-up words, in the trademark great reverent style that is uniquely mine.” Thomas Slatin

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    Thomas Slatin Quote

    Everyone speaks of how far the human race has advanced, yet we refuse to acknowledge the fact that we still unnecessarily and inexcusably condone the use of violence and destruction as a justifiable means of conflict resolution. Thomas W.P. Slatin