Somewhat of a Memoir, ONE: New Years Eve Tears

This story is… FOREVER UNTITLED      AND      PERPETUALLY UNFINISHED SOMEWHAT OF A MEMORE BY ASHLINN PARSONS ONE NEW YEAR’S EVE TEARS are a real thing that I’m going to bottle then mix with essential oils and some beeswax turning the mixture into a candle that I can burn to light and have a seance... Continue Reading →

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Gaga: Five Foot Two

I have never been one for fads, always flocking to the reliable, steady, and classic with friends, fashion, and fandoms. I have seen my idols through breakups, breakdowns, and breakthroughs and all of these have only made those in the public eye more raw, more relatable, and more real. "[...] Five Foot Two" shows Gaga... Continue Reading →

Five Song Soundtrack

Have you ever pictured your life was a motion picture? Stared out the window of a bus or train with your headphones in, maybe on a rainy day, and that song comes on and just captures the moment? Or maybe it's you and your entourage's anthem and every time you hear it it propels you... Continue Reading →

Why Love Is Maybe Not For Me

I've been in reciprocated love once before. Twice more after in one-sided delusions that were a manifestation of my states of mania and psychosis. During these two altered states I did crazy things to 'prepare' for when my ideal relationship would begin; I went on diets and got an expensive gym membership with a 3x/week... Continue Reading →

A Sonnet

I wrote this poem in the throws of my last depression, and see in it bits of hope. I don't really know what it means but it was the first writing I had done in 5 or so years. I don't remember what I was thinking when I wrote it. It doesn't have a name:... Continue Reading →

A Check Up

I felt bad leaving you with my last post, and have been thinking these last two days about how to follow up. I hope you can empathize with me that the New Year can be a difficult time for many, and I wanted to quote something Obama said in his farewell address tonight that his... Continue Reading →

The Anti-Cliché

Before I begin, I ask of your forgiveness The holidays are over and I'm feeling pessimistic. The stress of expectation and anticipation is over, but so is the spirit of hope and new beginnings. So I ask you to bear with me as I criticize some of your favorite chlichés, point out what I believe... Continue Reading →

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