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Manhood and the dismissive woman

Is it possible to tell a woman that sometimes she doesn’t have to find a solution nor she needs to mother, she just need to listen and allow the man just to express himself, his doubts, his weakness, his tiredness … Continue reading

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Beans and shadows

I wait for my coffee I set by a round table It stands on three twisted legs And I count the beans In my last pay cheque It is going to be a long while Before the next comes along … Continue reading

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He!

He who seeks power Stands at the gates of hell He will soon realise Power is temporary like the gods. Today may own the temple Tomorrow the temple is a museum Today may be praised by scriptures Tomorrow they are … Continue reading

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