I must only write if I am willing. When you finally see the flash of reality, try to never look away. These memories hurt and they tear into us like wild animals. Regret in our actions, we are never justified. You try to avoid, you were much more. Advertisements
I went for a walk, somewhere in the distance. Could you imagine the looks on their faces if I never came back. So much of life is already taken, where will it go? I’ve lost touch with who I was, they’re inseparable. Another day, never enough is known. So the truth is so seldom, it’s … More Walking Is Enough by Devin Pavlischak/ December 12th, 2015 ©
Two young men walk through life as friends. They walk with secrets and carry the burden of lies. They refuse what societal norms say about sexual orientation and the burden multiplies. Life goes on and the norm shifts. They fall deeply in love and marry. Both spend the next eighty years loving and caring for … More LGBT Tale #2 by Devin Pavlischak/ December 12th, 2015 ©
The windows froze, a chill of wind blew in the distance.
A life full of memory, the best told stories. A life full of love, the best lived love. A life full of the best, the life that needs you.
The silence overcame the few words that were left, it took his hope and gave him fear.
What such different worlds, real worlds of such different proportions. There is music now, an early variety of melody.
This man is isolated, society threw him away. In every regard, everything was changed. He loved music, the beauty of sounds. Winter took his fingers and the rats took the rest.
These distorted images, everything is here. I’m tired enough, moving onward.
There was a story about her, a riddle of personal joy. It was the laughter shining bright, that brought difficult times. To her strength, the story is coming through. There is her beautiful smile, for I know she is too real to be false. From her eyes to her hair, she radiates a subtle virtue, … More She Is Beauty by Devin Pavlischak/ December 10th, 2015 ©