Category Archives: TERROR

“A well-developed sense of humour is the pole that adds balance to your step as you walk the tightrope of life.” William A Ward

IZZY MALLACOOTA“Something is always born of excess: great art was born of great terror, great loneliness, great inhibitions, instabilities, and it always balances them.”

 Anaïs Nin


“The bitterest of woes Is to remember in our wretchedness Old happy times . Francesca da Rimini

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Search for beauty without features, something deeper than any signs.

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“Her appetite for lust became so flagrant
That she made lewdness licit with her laws
To free her from the blame her vice incurred.

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“O misery,
How many the sweet thoughts, how much yearning
Has led these two to this heartbroken pass!”

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We know no mithridatum of despair as drunks


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As we became subjects of King Alcohol, shivering denizens of his mad realm, the chilling vapour that is loneliness settled down. It thickened, ever becoming blacker. Some of us sought out sordid places, hoping to find understanding companionship and approval. Momentarily we did — then would come oblivion and the awful awakening to face the hideous Four Horsemen — Terror, Bewilderment, Frustration, Despair.


“If you have any poo, fling it now.”

Mason the Chimpanzee (Madagascar)

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Today it is quite common knowledge that chimpanzees share 98% or 99% of their genes with us humans. The pig too is quite close, and in different ways.


“I’m fine, except for the swelling and a big headache.”

~ Ken Venn

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“Anxiety is secretive. He does not trust anyone, not even his friends, Worry, Terror, Doubt and Panic … He likes to visit me late at night when I am alone and exhausted. I have never slept with him, but he kissed me on the forehead once, and I had a headache for two years …”
― J. Ruth Gendler, The Book of Qualities