Category Archives: SIS

Manic by Bryan William Myers

The day started at around 5 in the morning. I’m lying awake, on my side, staring at the walls, out the window, thinking tremendously, thinking about stupid, mundane things. Where does that star go once it’s gone behind the horizon?

Manic by Bryan William Myers

The day started at around 5 in the morning. I’m lying awake, on my side, staring at the walls, out the window, thinking tremendously, thinking about stupid, mundane things. Where does that star go once it’s gone behind the horizon?

Alexandra David-Neel by Michael Lee Johnson

She edits her life from a room made dark against a desert dropping summer sun. A daring traveling Parisian adventurer, ultimate princess turning toad with age– snow drops of white in her hair, tiny fingers thumb joints osteoarthritis she corrects

Alexandra David-Neel by Michael Lee Johnson

She edits her life from a room made dark against a desert dropping summer sun. A daring traveling Parisian adventurer, ultimate princess turning toad with age– snow drops of white in her hair, tiny fingers thumb joints osteoarthritis she corrects

Did U Know Hypomania is Common in the Spring? by WiL

At least for me, hypomania is common in the spring. After a long, dreary, cold winter spell, the warmer weather and sunnier, longer days brighten my mood and increase my energy levels to the point of a hypomanic state that

Did U Know Hypomania is Common in the Spring? by WiL

At least for me, hypomania is common in the spring. After a long, dreary, cold winter spell, the warmer weather and sunnier, longer days brighten my mood and increase my energy levels to the point of a hypomanic state that

Lady Mary by Kerry Kelly

The black bearded Captain Daniels took Mary to sea, In the bloody, crested moonshine they floated fairly free, The powers of the stars’ lighting the diamond, white ice, The taste of peachy-grapes, yeast, potatoes and apple slice, Old Paddy Morgan,

Lady Mary by Kerry Kelly

The black bearded Captain Daniels took Mary to sea, In the bloody, crested moonshine they floated fairly free, The powers of the stars’ lighting the diamond, white ice, The taste of peachy-grapes, yeast, potatoes and apple slice, Old Paddy Morgan,