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I know two things: I haven’t experienced life as much as I need to and that I’m not who I wish to be. Too many times I grab a book hoping for some life-changing epiphany. A perfectly constructed sentence that blends into another sentence and another and together it forms a paragraph that is aimed… Continue reading What Do You Know?
“I need to talk to God,” I said to the woman. “What’s that dear?” “I have to talk to someone. Make a confession,” “There’s a chapel down the road. The old Priest comes in here every now and then trying to save our souls as he says,” she laughed, “never leaves until we save his… Continue reading Short Story: A Hero’s Welcome
I would love if my memory was better. Instead of vague recollections, the kind where you have to question whether or not something actually happened, I could recollect more clearly, remember the exact detail of some past moment, in a way, relive my past. If my memory was better I could recall the exact feelings,… Continue reading Bad Memory Has Its Benefits
The death of Katherine Moore overshadowed all other news for the past week. It was mainly due to the gruesome nature of the killing, her body was found littered with knife wounds, but also because she was an up and coming actress. All the news channels and the newspapers used the same professional headshot of… Continue reading Short Story: Everything Works Itself Out
It is an understanding, knowing that what you believe to be true in your heart, is universal, for all people, by conforming, we strangle the genius in us, our own thoughts and opinions puppeted by others, we then see great art and can’t understand how it was made, those surrealist images, beautifully crafted sentences, and… Continue reading Poem: What Is Genius?