Never good enough


  1. merely concealing a barren emptiness behind an independent-seeming façade.[10]

What kind of cry is this?

No one can say.

For sure..

Angel’s allies

Bully Alleys

take tamed tarnished

selves over harnessing

all that barren

wasteland of oblivion

Authentication of self-esteem

The danger was particularly acute where the baby had to provide attunement for the mother/parents, rather than vice versa, building up a sort of dissociated recognition of the object on an impersonal, not personal and spontaneous basis.[11]

A compromised ego sat idly by.

Ghostface inauthenticality

a pseudo-self /

to escape

loneliness

Fortified

Harbingers

powers manifest at will,

or activate the powers of others.

freedom’s antidote.

Gravitas an assitas

The loneliness of freedom

According to specification Evi

psionic holographic

She was to exhibit powers only rarely and this activation is always brought on by severe stress.

“presumed” undue influence

The first undermining takeover collapse per se

The self is a relation which relates itself to its own self, or it is that in the relation that the relation relates itself to its own self; the self is not the relation but that the relation relates itself to its own self.
—–Søren Kierkegaard, The Sickness Unto Death: A Christian Psychological Exposition for Upbuilding and Awakening

Published by katherinewalker

Director, Writer, Producer Nominated for two primetime Emmy's for the Apprentice Emmy award winning episode The Amazing Race Columnist, Editor, Grantwriter UVa-B.A. English/History VFS-Certificate Film Conflict Resolution Mediator Facilitator, State of Hawaii, DOJ Published poet, filmmaker, photographer, music aficionado. Canoe paddler, horse wrangler, gem dealer, fixer, The Wolf. https://about.me/katherine.walker Katherine Walker EP-Show Runner, Director www.imuafilm.wordpress.com katherineelizabethwalker LinkedIn Los Angeles, CA Schedule a time

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