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Sunlight for the Night

“A walk?”

“Yes. Sounds good.”

“I will take you to death, the tree I told you about.”

“What about life?”

“Yes, it is there too.” 274 more words


Book of the month - Daphne Du Maurier's My cousin Rachel

As the world of adulthood gets busier and busier as the days go on, taking time to read a good book sometimes goes out of the window. 421 more words


Veiling Vices' Virtues

A violin is set to play,

You are in this beautiful white dress,

Gloves creeping their way to your arms,

A hat hiding the flow of thoughts, 153 more words


Journal - Aug 19

Another ordinary day. Blood was not running that hard throughout the body. Did not read the newspapers in the morning, as they would have been full of crap that I had already read yesterday through apps. 223 more words


Anxiety of influence (Barry Hannah's "ideal inner voices")

The fact is I wanted to write long before I had anything to say. I don’t find this condition at all unusual in young writers, good or bad.

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Theology and the English Major

Philosophy courses were a mandatory part of my university liberal arts education. Despite being a double major in English and Theatre, I had to take several courses in various other fields of study and I am very grateful for this. 606 more words

Let 'x' Be the Human Mind

Let ‘x’ be a variable,

A variable, trying to find a constant coordinate,

Which plane where it may lie upon?

Is a question it trembles to undertake. 107 more words