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Shall We BlogDance?

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“… I’m terribly disgusted with my life… bored to no end… the boy who cares for me and is a real friend has dropped me… no Holocaust is greater than mine… I just don’t feel I exist… my loneliness and the rage and hatred it generates within my limbs are bottomless…

I have a yearning deep in my heart to relate, to be listened to in truth. Not to listen, at least not today, not as long as this deafening noise inside me wreaks havoc…

Don’t tell me I should write a blog diary. What do you think I’ve been doing for the last years – I’ve been hanging my chaos to dry out for all the blogosphere neighbors’ eyes and ears to see and listen: Oh World, be my Savior, Listen to me, Don’t listen to those whimpering Jews and their Boring Holocaust Petty Stories. Enough Is Enough! It’s my turn now!

Pity Me! Admire Me! Me! Me! Me!
Love Me. Me, only Me, Me, Me, La-la-la…
Save Me!
Save me from Myself, Me! Me!
You don’t want to listen? I’ll force my tiny oceanic disappointments down your ears and throat. I’ll disperse my blind fury from the top of BlogCritics.

Oh, BlogCritics, BlogCritics, Tell me, Who if not Me is the most you-name-it in the whole empty world?

Don’t get me wrong: My present love is Arik Sharon’s body guard, and that is vast…”

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About Corinna Hasofferett

  • http://timeintelaviv.blogspot.com/Satire/index.html Corinna Hasofferett

    for my picture in the nude, visit me here:
    http://timeintelaviv.blogspot.com/Satire/index.html

  • Shark

    Today, like every other day, we wake up empty and frightened.
    Don’t open the door to the study and begin reading.

    Take down a musical instrument.

    Let the beauty we love be what we do.

    There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.

    —-from “A Great Wagon” by Rumi

    xoxo
    Shark

  • http://www.blogbloke.com BB

    “One may have a blazing hearth in one’s soul, and yet no one ever comes to sit by it.”

    Author: Vincent Van Gogh

  • http://timeintelaviv.blogspot.com/Satire Corinna Hasofferett

    Still, Van Goch painted, which is a way to listen to the world and have it listen to you by choice and in awe.

    So had Rumi. Thanks to both of you and forgive me for forgetting to add quotation marks at the beginning and at the end of my humble satirical piece…

    Oh, and excuse my ignorance, but honestly, what “xoxo” stand for, Shark?

  • http://www.tekwh0re.net Ms. Tek

    xoxo

    Hugs and kisses

    acually kisses and hugs