Monthly Archives: September 2013

Rain or Shine you’re going to die (from working too hard)


This past week has been… draining. Emotionally, Physically and Mentally. It’s been a hard week to be a grad student. Too many things going on at once. At I really felt I was going to die, but never fear the GSSS is here (graduate school support system). This is what I’ve learned this past week […]

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linger


Leaves may fall Winds may change luster fades but one thing is certain one thing is true three words are constant… they will never change And so it continues one day after another one foot after the other grays softly get technicolor but they won’t sparkle again not like your smile not as the sun […]

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Skies


Lead me where the skies, soul & body meet Where pastures grazed with dew caress my feet the vicinity where doubts, anxiety & plights are reaped Show me the locale where honeysuckles bloom, where Valhalla provides wine, food, and bounty a plenty where peace dwells, and love glistens Reveal to me the path of least […]

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Coffee


Will always drink my coffee and think you’re doing the same. Will always drink my coffee in the mug you bestowed me. My prized possession. A cup of coffee. It might be nothing to some people, but it’s everything to me. That, and the card you gave me for my birthday. They can take everything […]

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Aria


In the cruel missing  where laughter and tears meet, sing a song of despair sing a song of agony sing the aria of longing… As the chords traveling to their neighboring keys, lost in the musical sea, let the strings be your compass, and guide you through the fog Let the seasons change the dust […]

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The Silent Sniper: Sleep is a Solstice


Warning: This post may not be 100% coherent. Why? Not much sleep, coffee depravation (one cup of coffee does not suffice), and because Daleks/Cybermen/The Master want to exterminate my Research assignments by throwing it into a fire pit. This week in  “Chronicles of Graduate School Living”, we can view ze graduate student recognizing that sleep […]

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