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Location: United States

Gender: F

Member Since: May 2008

Last online: December 2016

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I hope to reach out to those who've ever suffered chronic physical pain, oppression, gone through dramatic transition in life, or just experienced the toll life takes on your soul sometimes.  I like to believe that I have a pretty creative imagination, and a sensitive, emotional understanding, and I feel that my mind is unlimited in projecting my thoughts whether directly or indirectly, often exposing truths, as well as fueling fantasies that are obviously unobtainable, yet enjoyable to dive into occasionally.  So to anyone who wishes to read any of my poetry, I hope you will be able to connect with it one way or another and please feel free to comment on any of my words spoken.  Thank you.

About Me:

'I am the Melancholy Man only by name, holding a poker grin across my face as her nature turns to shame. Writhing in pain as she wallows in vain, he knows no mercy but the unequivocal merits of his unknown game.' - me, 2015

The Fact Remains


'a trigger on a loaded gun...forgive me, for I've decayed the sun...forever lifeless, against the blackened horizon...being weathered by these ashes, within this endless abyss of boredom...' -*m*


Lovers' Revival

-10/17/09 (written by meg)

Between the tainted love,

and all the bitter hatred,

and the bleeding promises,

that were never really stated,

you remained a lonely soul,

loathed by yourself, tormented,

until my own torn heart revived,

what was once proclaimed dead...



I love reading epic fantasy novels, listening to alternative rock music, and enjoy playing online games, as well as continuous research via internet.


The meaning behind my choice pen-name, RaisinGirl:

'The cereal bowl is used as a metaphor for divisions among women. The "Cornflake Girls" are close-minded while the "Raisin Girls" are open to new ideas.' (I got this from a well-known song by the independent musician Tori Amos, and well, the song is "Cornflake Girl"...) 'This song speaks for every girl that was ever "unpopular" in high school and instead of letting it defeat you, turn it into your strength.'


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