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    to wrap yourself in a sleeping bag cooconed warm and safe free from disaproving frowns free from selfish expectations,dont look to me to cradle your sad unfulfilled dreams, let me be tired let me leave,as i drink to make my journey ,tread carefully for you may tread on my dreams
    a thousand kisses deep..

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    Are you okay? Sorry, stupid question, you're not okay. Just don't do anything permanent.
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    “I wish you wouldn’t keep appearing and vanishing so suddenly; you make one quite giddy!”
    “All right,” said the Cat; and this time it vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained some time after the rest of it had gone.

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    Wanted to reply to your post but was not sure what to say and hope you are okay too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric Hardgear View Post
    to wrap yourself in a sleeping bag cooconed warm and safe free from disaproving frowns free from selfish expectations,dont look to me to cradle your sad unfulfilled dreams, let me be tired let me leave,as i drink to make my journey ,tread carefully for you may tread on my dreams
    Sounds exciting. Let us know how you get on will you?

    talk later,
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    I think Ric has been trawling poetry corner again..


    Or drinking Rioja. Rioja makes me maudlin too.
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    I don't like people drawing attention to themselves by writing these things, alluding to possibly suicide, while other people are close to it.
    Is this the land where sun brightly shines, is this the existence of a heaven's sign?
    Is this the locus the hallowed focus, where grace love and harmony combine?


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    Don't worry the recession won't last forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by City Gent View Post
    Don't worry the recession won't last forever.

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    A positive Irish person? What next. Space travel.

    Westside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric Hardgear View Post
    to wrap yourself in a sleeping bag cooconed warm and safe free from disaproving frowns free from selfish expectations,dont look to me to cradle your sad unfulfilled dreams, let me be tired let me leave,as i drink to make my journey ,tread carefully for you may tread on my dreams
    Unfortunately there is no coming back from it. For those feeling down there is alot of help out there now. Talk to friends, relatives, ppl will find them very compassionate and understanding. In serious situations ppl can ring The Samaritans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dub1 View Post
    Unfortunately there is no coming back from it. For those feeling down there is alot of help out there now. Talk to friends, relatives, ppl will find them very compassionate and understanding. In serious situations ppl can ring The Samaritans.
    Its certainly a solution but its a bit permanent and as you say you cant undo it. I always believed no matter how bad something is there is always a way around it with patience and self belief.

    Westside.
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