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Existentialism (Part-1)

So I read this book called, “How To Be an Existentialist, or How to Get Real, Get a Grip and Stop Making Excuses” by Gary Cox and I liked the book, hence I would like to give out a brief introduction about Existentialism in this post before coming back to another post on the takeaways from the book. 18 more words


Absurd World

This absurd world we live in
Success is measured by tangibles
Wealth, properties, family, symbols
Success of individual, not the community

This absurd world we live in… 298 more words

Random Musings

Catch 22: the impossible story

When I think of impossible stories, ones that are so intricate, so many-layered, so brilliant in use of language and narrative structure that it seems no mere mortal could have written them, I think of Murasaki Shikibu, Shakespeare, Cervantes, Tolstoy, Charles Dickens, Herman Melville, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Tolkien, and Joseph Heller, among others. 788 more words

Literary Canon

Calling all starving artists...

My name is Jessica Wright, and I write about life.

Unfortunately, this is not always enough to bring the bread home, at first. I am also finishing off a degree in Information Design, which involves being broke a lot of the time, facing nail-biting opportunities, and all the gut-wrenching anticipation that comes with facing an uncertain future. 426 more words


empty shadow

I saw a yellow house
a pillow
and a mother
that would not explain

the wind carried
the stars
like debris
my tongue’s tip
did not catch any… 54 more words

Contemporary Poetry