Poem – “Your Corpse in the White” – Romance – 8/31/2020

Concealed,WeakenedBy straining tonguesWho dareTo speak your name in their light.I am a trumpet too farIn the orchestra, to recite my words.Yet, my tears flow as ebony rain,Washing clouds above my head. They fall.Do you feel their sting?Your corpse is still a roseIn my pupil.I stareWith eclipse to my mind.Blackness speaks through my wordsAs the light […]

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Poem – “If You Should Ever Die” – Romance – 8/31/2020

What cliffShall send me overboard?I am on this trainSet for no destination,Except to your arms.Shall that be the abyss’s bottom,That is always endless?Where shall I leave myself,Should you ever die? The great washOf your tears,Set as sparkles against the sun,Molds me as the manMeant to lose his legsShould you ever drop.To protect means to neglectMyself,In […]

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Personal Post – “A Thing about Ignorance/Prejudice…”

I began this blog with the idea of writing poetry. Then, it expanded into both prose and philosophy. I write through this blog to share a density of emotions and analogies, carried through the words. As I see the world today, I am left with the conclusion that people are not close, especially when the […]

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Poem – “Unstoppable Rule” – Romance – 8/30/2020

How can thee seeUp to meWithout forgoingMemorable scenery?You haunt the daylight outOf proportion,Against the wall,Within the beat of your heart’s call. Count the stars,Collect them in unisonWithin your silvery arms.You’ll count the streamsRunning from your closed eyesIn heartbreak.I am the final punishmentTo your world’s closure. Soldiers plead to God of the scarsLeft as countless, upon […]

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Poem – “How Death Clung!” – Romance – 8/30/2020

Alone, I was,Without her touch,Without her texture,In the embrace of death.As Autumn leaves hung,Death had clungTo my eyes,That remained surprisedI had been alive,As I had survived. In my tears,I rememberedHer, standing there,With a drawn complexionSurrounded by shades, by curtains,By the stains of a few moreRemembrances.Death was all around,She sought to give a kissThat I might […]

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Quote – “The Idiocy in Refusing the ‘Ignorant’ Leader” – 8/29/2020

“If heart is what it takes to be a leader, then can this be taught? What person can be taught, through schooling, to have a heart, to care for what they are about to govern? If such is impossible, then leadership cannot be centered around experience and knowledge. There is blatant idiocy in stating that […]

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Quote – “Leadership Requires No Experience” – 8/29/2020

“There is knowledge. There is leadership. Both are separate. What knowledge is there for leadership’s sake? To be a leader, requires something of far more value, over the divisions and pieces of knowledge. It requires heart. It requires care for a population. To have a heart, is something that cannot be taught.” – Modern Romanticism

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Philosophy – “A World without Love” – 8/29/2020

“We are ignorant, due to the fear that keeps us parted. We are knowledgeable, due to the bravery that keeps us close.” – Modern Romanticism Each human possesses a history. Though, such can only ever be discovered through making oneself vulnerable to the senses of another. We should not hurt, alone. When alone, and when […]

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Quote – “A Man, and Sex” – 8/29/2020

“A man is gifting, when he forsakes what he feels, for the feelings of a woman. A man is vain, when he forsakes what a woman will feel, for the sake of what he can attain. If, in bed, a man cannot gift to a woman her pleasure, in sole focus on her feelings, then […]

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