Short Story – “The Empty Prodigy” – Chapter I – 8/19/2021

Colors will drain from the open wound. Upon the carpet, upon the spaces where sunlight brought in from open windows is shown warmest, as these marks are left without memory for why or when they were applied. They just were, because colors can be left behind. Color-blinded, some people are, though not ever blinded of… Continue reading Short Story – “The Empty Prodigy” – Chapter I – 8/19/2021

Quote – “To the Burden of Loss” – 10/9/2020

"For the case of a child who does not weep for the loss of a parent, nor an infant that does not weep for the loss of an older sibling, it is due to the inability to differ dependency from independency. This defines innocence. For what we can define of loss, it is the heavy… Continue reading Quote – “To the Burden of Loss” – 10/9/2020

Philosophy – “Why Children, or Childish Adults, should not have Opinions” – 8/23/2020

"Freedom is in excess, when we have forgotten our duty, as adults, to witness and supervise over lesser people so they may rise beyond where they will inevitably be stagnated."- Modern Romanticism Children. Childish adults. These sorts are not meant to have opinions, viewpoints, perspectives... or whatever other synonym there is available. It may seem… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Children, or Childish Adults, should not have Opinions” – 8/23/2020