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Mr A. Kensington
The Signal will be tuned, the Void will not win.
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Mr A. Kensington 6h
Replying to @BeingCharisBlog
Suffering, anxiety, hardship, tiring... But I have Fibromyalgia and CFS, so I more Feel it than Think it.
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Mr A. Kensington 6h
I do hope that when we Die, we simply Dream Forever.
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Mr A. Kensington 6h
we feel we feel we feel we feel we fear
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Mr A. Kensington 7h
Replying to @ThisMightBeAPod @tmbg
I find I only have one oddly specific TMBG song-mood jam: Whistfulness for hope, and perhaps excited fear - Space Suit. Although, maybe ‘You Probably Get That A Lot’ for a schoolgirl giddyness, but that one’s more causation of Linnell’s smile.~
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Mr A. Kensington 7h
Replying to @abigailbash
Proud of you for facing it though. ❤️ Assignments are terrifying, and the anxiety and stress is unfortunately understandable; it’s all justified.
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Mr A. Kensington 8h
Sometimes the pain is so great, and my body acts so stiffly, that the world feels like it's in slow motion.
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
We just witnessed a chronically ill trans person get a wheelchair via donations, in under ten minutes. In a time where the world is bleak, it’s a reminder that there’s still good in the world. Real good.
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
Replying to @scattermoon
AOC turning up, promoting trans rights, and then being asked about DK64... yeah a fever dream sounds about right. A wonderful one though. ;u;
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
Replying to @TheLazurus
Ghost hugs- mental hugs- are very loved. ♥
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
Chronic illness and the ailments alongside are... Let's just say I often forget that Intense Pain isn't commonplace. It's yet another day of nausea and my body trying to destroy itself.
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
Between that and the Wii U, both would have been so perfect. ;;
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
a little change, a lot of change, no time for change. a temporary change.
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
Once again, it seems quite common in artists, especially those with mental health issues. If you try and channel your soul into your craft, it's strangely easy to lose yourself to it too. And that leads to all sorts of tragically beautiful nightmares.
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
Replying to @BRButtons
There is a clocktower connected to our apartment; a while ago I found myself hypnotized by it. I've realized why. Perhaps I knew? Or perhaps it was influence.
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
Replying to @ThisMightBeAPod
I've noticed a correlation with creative types, that often leads to thoughtpaths most wouldn't care to walk. Choosing a Wrong path is far more common if you're choosing to diverge from the beaten road at all. But their experiences were real, and would still influence their music.
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
Replying to @ThisMightBeAPod
These people have very much had Big Experiences, whether right or wrong, and I imagine that would have heavily impacted their music. So, with the Mental Health & Drug Addict musicians at least, perhaps you just like music written from those who have survived?
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 20
Replying to @FizzySodaWave
nintendo, let him spread his love further. Give us Pokémon Snap 2. ;-;
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 19
Replying to @BRButtons
The Static is Confusing, but there is something hidden inside it. The Void is Consuming, and there is nothing in it but despair.
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 19
The Static is loud tonight. I'm struggling to ignore it. But at least it's the Static, and not the Void.
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Mr A. Kensington Jan 19
I see it now, my mind's clock. Forever glowing, floating in the ruins of its broken tower, a constant reminder of its ward that I'm wasting. No matter the angle you stare at it, it will always stare back.
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