Once Upon a Time….

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Originally posted on Palabras DelMar:
Stone hearts And stoic faces Bodies moving Unfamiliar places Trying to adjust Appearing to fit in Harboring inside What can’t be shared at all Internally digesting Events that make you cringe Knowing that it’s yours to keep Preserving classification Your privacy in tact No one privileged enough To get through…

Originally posted on Didi Oviatt:
I’ve mentioned before that I’m from a small town. What I haven’t mentioned is that its a small “Mormon town” in Utah. That’s right folks I was raised by an LDS family and I grew up having  a certain perception of right and wrong pounded in my head. I however,…

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