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Protected: Blood and Brokenness

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Shipwreck in a Bottle

I come back into the room. I am staring  determinedly through the floor, and my voice is shaking. I am trembling. I speak to explain that sharing emotion is dangerous and unwanted and makes people threaten to leave, before they turn … Continue reading

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Cross Hatching

You might have been taught the technique, too. It’s one I learnt at school. Cross hatching  is when you draw lines, on top of one another, and in perpendicular directions from each other. It’s done to increase pencil shading and shadow in … Continue reading

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Running Scarred

Evening. Hard day. Wasted time. Spoken to no one. Again. Feel rubbish. I’m responsible for the way I feel, because it’s no one else’s fault. Must be something that I’m doing wrong that makes me feel this way. Makes me … Continue reading

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