Quote – “Why Children should not Engage in World Conflict” – 10/12/2021

“What would the child fix? What would the child stop? There is no future generation that could halt the cycles that are unstoppable. The child should not hold the responsibilities of the adult. If the parent to their child should allow them to fix what the adult has ruined, then the upbringing is wrong. If […]

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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 […]

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Philosophy – “Why Representation can go to Hell” – 12/12/2020

“Pride is restricted for the achievement, though only when it bases itself upon selfless acts of objective nobility. Pride is restricted for the self’s own image, though only when it bases itself upon the selfish inactions of both inward and outward negligence.” – Modern Romanticism Freedom corrupts itself when it is taken to the materialistic […]

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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 […]

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Poem – “He Fled to His Mother” – Poverty – 9/5/2020

Never so muchKept in the dark,Holding upon soil, with an animalStuffed with paper,Paper disused,Misused,Meant for currency,Used for comfort. A bleeding,Rife,Opened soulTo the sounds of a distant fallingOf a woman’s voice.She sends him whispers,The child with the teddy bear,The child with a lonely stare. A spirit,A phantomClung to dirt,And from dirt, to debris. A little tearComes […]

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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 […]

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Quote – “Why Beauty Matters” – Pt. 3 – 8/11/2020

“What is beautiful in this world, is anything protected. Anything beautiful in this world, is everything fragile. For the same reason that a mother would protect her child, or the same reason that an organization protects an endangered speices, all things that have weaknesses are protected.” – Modern Romanticism

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Poem – “The Grieving Heartbeat” – Romanticism – 5/18/2020

Close your fatal wings around me, Once more. Close your bladed arms around me, Once more, For I know you will do so To demand forgiveness. My face is kissed With lips soaked in venom. My childlike face is the maturity of a turnip, Still a seed. Her eyes see the next pain to deal […]

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Philosophy – “The Defense of a Child” – 5/1/2020

Consider bullying in this, for a child, to understand that it is the child’s defenses being pulled down, for how weak the child appears. The child’s defenses are next to none, because the bully to the weak child, is the concept of the predator to the prey. Even back to the age of prehistoric dinosaurs, […]

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Poem – “The Mother with Strewn Hair” – 1/7/2020

How I love thee, mother of so many embraces,And I’ll cherish thee, with all the spilled many graces.And your hair, that which I see, to reveal how much you care,It is strewn about,Showing your negligence upon yourself,But, where are you to care for you? How I will kiss thee, mother of my Heaven,And I’ll wrap […]

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