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Letters to oblivion.

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Book Review:  Edge of Oblivion by J.T. Geissinger - Alexia's Books and Such #bookreview

Book Review: Edge of Oblivion by J.T. Geissinger - Alexia's Books and Such #bookreview

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319 Likes, 13 Comments - @weeninfo on Instagram: “Vegas...Love me True… As we slip further into oblivion. Night 2 limited edition poster by…”

Polyethylene pendant lamp OBLIVION - DARK AT NIGHT

Polyethylene pendant lamp OBLIVION - DARK AT NIGHT

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Jamie Conway (Michael J. Fox) is an aspiring writer and yuppie living in New York City who seeks oblivion in cocaine and the glittery nightclub scene as his life falls apart (his wife leaves him, his mother dies, etc.). With his hard-partying friend Tad Allagash (Kiefer Sutherland) tagging along with him during their nights out, Jamie finds it increasingly difficult to show up every day at his unfulfilling job as a fast checker for a literary Manhattan magazine.

Jamie Conway (Michael J. Fox) is an aspiring writer and yuppie living in New York City who seeks oblivion in cocaine and the glittery nightclub scene as his life falls apart (his wife leaves him, his mother dies, etc.). With his hard-partying friend Tad Allagash (Kiefer Sutherland) tagging along with him during their nights out, Jamie finds it increasingly difficult to show up every day at his unfulfilling job as a fast checker for a literary Manhattan magazine.

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Hypnos, the Greek personification of Sleep and son of Nyx (Night), appears as a winged child or youth; he closely resembles his twin brother Thanatos (Death) as well as Eros. His attributes can include a horn containing sleep-inducing liquids or poppy seeds to bring slumber to gods and mortals. Here, he is holding a cup, possibly containing water from the Lethe, one of the rivers in the underworld. Drinking water from this "river of oblivion" causes forgetfulness.

Hypnos, the Greek personification of Sleep and son of Nyx (Night), appears as a winged child or youth; he closely resembles his twin brother Thanatos (Death) as well as Eros. His attributes can include a horn containing sleep-inducing liquids or poppy seeds to bring slumber to gods and mortals. Here, he is holding a cup, possibly containing water from the Lethe, one of the rivers in the underworld. Drinking water from this "river of oblivion" causes forgetfulness.

It all started when I stopped being able to sleep at night. It was bad. Three nights of insomnia, followed by one good night where I caught a few hours of blessed oblivion, followed by three more endless nights of staring at the ceiling and greeting the dawn like a zombie.

It all started when I stopped being able to sleep at night. It was bad. Three nights of insomnia, followed by one good night where I caught a few hours of blessed oblivion, followed by three more endless nights of staring at the ceiling and greeting the dawn like a zombie.

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