Poetry

Stubborn Love

I’m too stubborn
to fall out of love
with you, especially
when you give me
every reason to
love you more.

© Sarah Doughty

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36 thoughts on “Stubborn Love”

    1. Thanks for sharing this. Most of my motivations and history is listed on my about page, but if this doesn’t qualify (after minor editing and a pingback of course), I can try writing a new piece. I look forward to your response.

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      1. I was planning on sharing posts with your permission. However, if you would like to be a contributing blogger, I would love the support! I would like to build a large network of bloggers who can all connect with each other

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      2. I wrote many articles before, some of which are in the archives of this blog. They might be of interest to you. I am definitely open to writing more, if you think they will be if use. Let me know if you’d like me to send you some links to consider.

        And you are more than welcome to share anything you like from my blog so long as it’s either a reblog or giving credit with a link to the original post or to the blog itself.

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      3. Of course! The whole point of this blog is to direct people to other bloggers. I’ll create a category and all your work will be a reblog within it. If you have any posts you think would be helpful, please send me the link and I’ll check them out

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      4. Turns out most of my articles are in my drafts, since I took them out, but didn’t want to delete them entirely. Can you give me an email where I can reach you so I can send you one or two? If you’d like to peruse the few of what I have published, you can look at the PTSD category and tags (I believe these should be listed at the bottom of every page as widgets.

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