Tag "Pain"

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JUST LIKE OLIVER TWIST (Closure)

EDITOR’S WORD: This is the third installment in the story titled JUST LIKE OLIVER TWIST. Just to recap, the writer, Tony, was in a relationship with Prince – Prince, the

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DEAR DIARY

Monday, 30th of March, 2020 Dear Diary, It’s been four years since I came home. The air is still as tense as the day I left. Dad almost sent me

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FROM RAINBOW TO NOTHING

It had rained earlier and the concrete is cold and slippery as I climb over the bridge and stood on the tiny ledge. A vicious wind blows at me, as

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THE AFTERMATH

You’ve read the stories. We Are Here: The Attack. We Are Here: The Hunt. We Are Here: The Retribution. And I was a survivor of the experience. In the stories,

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A VIOLENT SHADE OF RED

Love, they say, conquers all things. I’m now sure that that’s not entirely true. For I wonder why love hasn’t conquered all the pain that have weighed down on my

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JUST LIKE OLIVER TWIST (A Chain Of Unhappiness)

EDITOR’S NOTE: The beginning part of this story, JUST LIKE OLIVER TWIST, was told back in January. And since then, there have been developments to the lives of the people

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A Rehearsal for Loneliness

My ex-boyfriend is seated opposite me, here in my friend’s house. Calling him “ex” makes me feel some type of way, because our breakup was not exactly conventional. You know,

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Tweet of the Day: About The Pain of Coming Out

I do not know the story of Emmanuel Sadi’s coming out (and I do so hope that one day, he’ll have overcome the pain well enough to tell the story

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THE UNEXPECTED BOTTOMING

So, first off, I am a straight woman and I’ve been an active subscriber of Kito Diaries for a very long time. I’ve got such love for the queer community,

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ABOUT BAD PEOPLE TURNING GOOD, AND THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FORGIVENESS

I once read a story about a man who killed his wife and unborn child. He was a drunk and usually beat his wife. So, a mob came together and