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Josephine Ann



Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/Josephine_Ann
Country: United States
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Favorite book: Letters to a Young Poet, by Rainer Maria Rilke
Member Since: Aug 3, 2007

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stories inside of remembering

by Josephine Ann
Posted: Apr 20, 2008
"Stories are for those late hours in the night when you...
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and so she responds she says

by Josephine Ann
Posted: Mar 20, 2008
"the times will pass and you will forget that you were...

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stories inside of remembering

by Josephine Ann
Posted: Apr 20, 2008
"Stories are for those late hours in the night when you...

steps of reasoning

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Apr 13, 2008
Everything can be explained.

and so she responds she says

by Josephine Ann
Posted: Mar 20, 2008
"the times will pass and you will forget that you were...

a heart wide open

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Mar 6, 2008
Who I was six months ago and who I am at this moment, at...

you used to think i was a saint

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Feb 5, 2008
there is some comfort in the knowledge that beauty is...

Early-Morning Beauty

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Dec 22, 2007
It is a cool December morning in warm sheets that makes...

wearing thin and giving in

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Dec 15, 2007
this is a piece i wrote about love, but it's a little...

it is the deluge

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Dec 9, 2007
i am waiting for the force of the wall of water.

the push

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Dec 6, 2007
a very short thought, because sometimes i am a leaf.

the point of it all

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Nov 25, 2007
i had a realization my life seems clear today.

Between the Rights and Wrongs

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Nov 22, 2007
So here it is, Booksie. Definition of "a mangled and...

the charcoal lady

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Nov 14, 2007
I sometimes feel that, in his world, I am only an...

the need

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Nov 8, 2007
It is only what it sounds and nothing more. The last time...

it feels colder than it should.

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Nov 4, 2007
I don't expect this to make a whole lot of sense....

This is the X factor in me.

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Oct 20, 2007
Who, what, when, where, and why. The simple questions,...

the art of putting a puzzle together in the dark

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Sep 29, 2007
"just bend the pieces till they fit like they were made...

The art of loving and learning.

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Sep 15, 2007
This is a patchwork piece about a couple. It's loosely...

roll to me

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Sep 14, 2007
I'm not sure how I feel about this piece.

Lesser Things

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Sep 8, 2007
Not a true story, but isn't it a piece of all of us? This...

The pieces of things you used to give me

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Sep 7, 2007
About a boy I have loved.

I picked you apart, and I'm sorry.

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Sep 3, 2007
Early mornings bring questions, but nothing really brings...

I wanted to go to Italy, but I didn't have a passport.

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Aug 27, 2007
This is the halfway point between beauty and BS.

there has been an error, please reboot yourself in safe mode.

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Aug 25, 2007
we are all computers, and sometimes we want to reboot....

Ivy Grew Over the Street Sign

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Aug 5, 2007
It's like coming back to your old house years after...

Classified

Short Story by Josephine Ann
Posted: Aug 5, 2007
The assignment- write a classified that you would put in...

All The Things We Are

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Aug 4, 2007
A uniquely structured piece; freeform but also a sort of...

Jane's Goodbye

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Aug 4, 2007
Another veiled commentary on society, specifically youth.

A Circle With a Start and Finish

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Aug 4, 2007
This piece is very abstract, but to me it has its gems....

My Eulogy for the World

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Aug 4, 2007
Sometimes, it seems as if I am the only one who believes...

So Rarely We Are Contradicted

Poem by Josephine Ann
Posted: Aug 3, 2007
I believe hypocrisy is a disease.



I have built paths inside of my mind, born of my own fears and misgivings mixed with my triumphs and passions. They are shaped by the experiences of my life, the things I have been brave enough to do and the ones I was too cowardly to attempt. I will follow many of these paths, and some I will not follow at all out of fear or disinterest. I have learned, however, that knowledge and the ability to be real steal away in the most secluded and unexpected places, so I follow the paths that beckon me  while I create new ones. The one I am making right now is a hallway that is not quite white but is not quite any other color either. It is a very big hallway on all sides. I see myself, one day, traveling down that path with paints and pens made of a thousand different colors, writing in script both messy and precise on those blank walls about all the things I have discovered. One day I will search that hallway, but for now I follow a stone path with lovely ivy and I contemplate the art of being alive.

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