Paden Haynes

Paden Haynes

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About Me

Where to begin?

Do I begin with the adventures of homeschooling, the thrill of being brought up fundamentalist pentacostal and survivalist? Adventures in the woods? My sudden thrust into the world of public high school at the age of fourteen? Dealing with my own burgeoning sexuality and the condemnation of my parents?

Or do I need to start with more recent history, with drugs, booze, and betrayal?

Where could I even start? Half-remembered glimpses of childhood or the hazy memories of a pot-riddled recent past? Where to begin?

P.S. I seem to have a strange fixation on mouthfuls of dandelions. I don't actually eat them, I just pose for photographs with them and then scatter them rather poetically.



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JRB

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Posted 10 Years Ago


The truth within your consciousness is like the horizon that recedes before you. As you journey towards your inner quest in the direction of the leading edge of your belief acceptance. And your knowledge and understanding of the prevailing path grows, the next ascending possibility will always beckon you forth. For wisdom brings together within the truth of your existence, your soul�s essence, in which is attained by your own experience. Pursue your goal of achieving the truth within your reality of consciousness, in the most direct manner. The paradox is of course, is that you are both the voyager and the pathway; the treasure that you seek is most often slumbering within you or undeveloped in your quest. It�s always within you and has always been and always will be. It has not been hidden from your sight, for the most part, it�s likely you have hidden from it, so wake it up, face it, and accept it, than use it, by becoming it.

Reality thru Consciousness

Jan/Uisiom
August/6/2008

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Posted 11 Years Ago


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Posted 11 Years Ago


hey victoria- thanks so much for the kind review of little, with no concept of distance. it was quite flattering.
-rachel-

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Posted 11 Years Ago


Checking in sweetie :) (I love the mania - hate the depression!)

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Posted 11 Years Ago


Thank you for the comment, darling :) I'm so glad you could relate to my poem. It really cheered me up ^_^

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Posted 11 Years Ago


As I have stated in my bio (which is now at the beginning) I don't mind read requests, as long as they're not poetry. I'm not a big poetry reader. The closest I come to poetry is Francesca Lia block. So, please, no more read requests for poetry.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Love the new stuff...didn't comment on all of them, but I do love it! I will try to stay on top of reading them. So glad you are writing again!!! Love ya sweetie!!

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Just trying to see if I can get the comments to show up...

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Posted 12 Years Ago


What's up? I am missing your interaction. I entered your contest!

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thanks for the review of the Honeymoon is Over. Yes, you do have a point about the punctuation. Definately something I will look at in future works.