Monsters

Logic has
no basis for
justifying
your actions.

© Sarah Doughty

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37 thoughts on “Monsters

  1. Much wisdom in these few words Sarah. It is a weird and unsettling feeling when you are sat across a table from someone who has committed an atrocity and they explain it like they were reading out from a restaurant menu.

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      • Oh my that is probably one of the most beautiful things anyone has ever said to me. And in the poetic way you said it… Gah! Moonstone in the heart that reflects the moon’s soft glow so I’ll no longer need wings. I really wish I thought of that. It’s such a pretty metaphor. I’m honored you complimented me with it. 😊

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      • You earn it by existing and inspiring others which you do. When we first ‘met’ I was no fan of short poems, now I absolutely am and it is in great part due to you because you know HOW to write a short poem (you’re really good at longer ones too) and to make a point without laboring it. I have learned from you but most of all I appreciate you, which I think is the greatest gift you can ever give someone else. I admire you for who you are, what I know of you, what I know of your heart and mind. We need people to believe in us, to keep going at times, I believe you have an entire field-full of people who do.

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      • That’s so kind of you. Thank you. And I’m honored that I, at least in part, helped to draw you to the short poetry. I know it’s not for everyone, but I think as long as you don’t completely limit yourself to it, you have plenty of room to grow. 😊😊💖💖

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      • Now I’m a huge fan. Never been much of a Haiku fan but definitely love short-poetry as much if not more at times than longer poetry. It really takes a lot to impact with few words I get that and I think I learned it reading your work. BIG HUG

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