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Robin Lee

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Open Swim. {fiction}

Thomas was closer now. She could almost feel his breath. She wondered how he had moved so quickly without her noticing. “They’re beautiful,” Thomas said, “and that’s why. We’re not different. You run here to be quiet. I’m quiet all day because I’m tired of running.” Charlotte was breathing  ...

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warrior woman rising

F*ck… I Really Lived That!

The need for validation is pervasive. And it’s not gendered. Male, female, neither, both -- we are all raised with the idea that we must shape ourselves to appeal most fervently to a life we haven’t yet attained. It’s as if living alone weren’t enough, we must force life to be something more,  ...

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you and me

You Are Here To Risk It All.

You are here to live deliriously, sleeping little or completely, and knowing that each serves a purpose, but never to live in waking sleep. You are here to open your mind, your eyes, your heart. You are here to fall down, lie on the floor, and look up. You are here to understand new ways to  ...

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fear no art

What It Takes To Be Brave.

There has never been a question of what you are capable of because within you are crystal caves so remarkable that we are all brought to our knees when we’re finally allowed to see them, so open. This is the great task, to open the vault and set all of the hidden things out to play and dance  ...

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