June 23, 2020

I spent much of last summer wasting time. Relationships with people had taken new form. Friendships were either menial and short lived or lifelong and significant; I felt like I had none of the latter. I was born different in front of a white suburb, privileged enough...

May 20, 2020

It is no secret that subjects and followers of the Buddha are often self-sufficient. They rely on themselves, look inwards, and focus their minds in the aims of what they would like to see or receive in life. If one sees or thinks of evil, he will plunge to hell. If on...

May 20, 2020

As far as humanity will rise, man will fall— like a great tree that grows as tall as a mountain yet hides roots as deep as the sea. Man is only a rope: one side an animal (worm) and on the other side, a superman (God). As dangerous as we cross this tight rope, every ma...

December 10, 2019

            For many scholars, the ability to account for the greater value of knowledge, opposed to true belief, is an integral prerequisite of any theory of knowledge. Believing is agreeing with a proposition in a way that is inferior to knowing, while the object of...

December 10, 2019

            To amass moral strength and formulate a moral identity in which to define oneself, oppressed people form cooperative groups to earn semantic authority over their members. Once this group forms itself to confront the enemy opposition that controls the means...

July 25, 2019

      It seems as if my life has been entirely hijacked by these damned superstitions. How is it that what is barely real can manifest itself into existence? What the hell does ‘splitting the pole’ mean and why can’t I swallow my gum? It’s already in my mouth, I think...

July 14, 2019

The most terrible piece of reality is that it is real. There are no thin lines or fine lines between what is real and what is not. It is crystal clear. Truth is the only pillar that stands independently. In my observations and study, I have come to find that the origin...

May 30, 2019

The kiss of another had become monotonous and less magical. 

The touch of a lover had proven thoughtless and less tactful.

 A chore to be dealt with, swiftly gotten out of the way.

Almost to age sixty, limited number of days.

But love is not what convinced The Blossom Man...

April 4, 2019

Sue was an unoriginal. Tempted and swayed by those with influence.

Sue was uninhabitable. Should there ever be a silence, she would surely ruin it.

Her obnoxious nature prompted no one to date her, and as the night got later, predators wished to sedate her.

Sue was not a...

January 8, 2019


Agents: Boat and Wishbone

The forks amongst the shadily barren suburban trees battle for dominance in the grayed, cold atmosphere above Boat’s speeding American made car. To the untrained eye, it may seem as if the branches are stale,...

January 8, 2019

Twelve months.

It took twelve whole months for the child of Roj the Fit and Iri to show itself. Twelve months of waiting. Twelve months of worry. Twelve months of anticipation. Of the full sentence, three of the months had been full of absolute discomfort for Iri. She i...

January 8, 2019

            Children have the wildest ambitions. Just about every child wants to be something the likes of an astronaut, princess, or superhero. The most regrettable truth of this phenomenon is that eventually, that child will grow up, and at the same rate that their s...

September 24, 2018

As much as I try to debate it with myself or find myself lingering outside of it, I often find my favorite film genre is and always has been drama. The tense feelings, primal emotions, and relatable circumstances has always made drama the most real and thought-provokin...

September 22, 2018

As an author, writing only gets more difficult as I get deeper into the story. The difficulty is found in discovering the characters and what makes them real to me and why the reader should even believe a word I type; deciphering what makes the symbols I inscribed on a...

February 26, 2018

A starving artist is an artist who sacrifices material well-being in order to focus on their artwork. They typically live on minimum expenses, either from a lack of business or because all of their disposable income goes toward art projects, (Chohan). Most would prefer...

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