Quote – “Loyalty can Require Death” – 10/24/2021

"There is a difference between knowing when to love and when to live. Love's expression goes so far as to believe another is the greater worth, when the self was only ever valuable for the sacrifice. By finding death as something of a warm welcome is to mean another can live in the peace the… Continue reading Quote – “Loyalty can Require Death” – 10/24/2021

Quote – “Why Men Die more than Women” – 6/29/2021

"Look at me," says the man, continuing to speak from his heart, "I'm always fighting for what will one day fade, always holding onto what will one day pass between my fingers. Why do I do this?" It was his mentor he spoke to, also his friend, also the one who is dying before him.… Continue reading Quote – “Why Men Die more than Women” – 6/29/2021

Philosophy – “To Remember the Dead, not for their Failures” – 4/14/2021

"It is the coward's approach to mock that which is dead, out of untold amount of time the living critic did not speak to the now-deceased whomever while they were alive."- Modern Romanticism Remembering the dead, as we will, and then we recall only ever the successes of how they lived. For there is only… Continue reading Philosophy – “To Remember the Dead, not for their Failures” – 4/14/2021

Short Prose – 400 Words – “Scars from Raven Claws” – Romanticism – 3/12/2021

Slowness to sobriety. Fill me up with the porcelain from your eyes, with the sentences that perspire upon the lids. Keep me afloat in your drunken state, in the arms that swim, while nails begin to dig. You let fall your fingers to pierce the wood of a coffin, while I am settled in the… Continue reading Short Prose – 400 Words – “Scars from Raven Claws” – Romanticism – 3/12/2021

Philosophy – “Why Death is Meaningless, though Life is not” – 3/6/2021

"All lives are built upon Earth, or the place where others fell, or the place where others bled, or the place where others died."- Modern Romanticism As death should be understood, it is what gives life meaning. People look to life, on its own, as though there can be meaning of each beating heart, or… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Death is Meaningless, though Life is not” – 3/6/2021

Philosophy – “Why a Human cannot become Perfect” – 10/24/2020

"What life to live, without bleeding? How does a person feel alive, if they are never wounded?"- Modern Romanticism The arrogant fool is already dead, while possessing such a mentality. To say the words, "God is dead", by the Atheist, is to say that the arrogant human will die. That is the imperfection of us.… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why a Human cannot become Perfect” – 10/24/2020

Philosophy – “As Art and Progress are Unified” – 9/26/2020

"Pragmatism cannot at all survive, in its purist way with survivalist methods, without an artistry that would uplift the hopes of the pauper, rather than lower them."- Modern Romanticism If one cannot understand it in clearness, both the arts and sciences go hand-in-hand. As in, both creativity and progress are always unified. One cannot simply… Continue reading Philosophy – “As Art and Progress are Unified” – 9/26/2020

Poem – “The Road most Wept” – Romance – 9/6/2020

Can you lose the lightBefore I go onWith the womb I shelter myself in,With the hollowness I place my voice?Your tears stream a river for my defeat,Down beneath the crevices,Further down to the undertowingNature of these footsteps. I blow dark kissesThrough the ignited blue,I want to seek guidanceFrom something brand new.I shelter myselfIn a void,Forgotten… Continue reading Poem – “The Road most Wept” – Romance – 9/6/2020

Philosophy – Rewrite – “A Fine Line for Justice” – Chapter II – 8/27/2020

Chapter Two "The Danger of Blurring Lines" A common human way with our Nature is to believe one should have a choice in any matter, for freedom's sake. To possess a falsified sense of freedom means to have the reasoning in escaping from the task of being responsible. To be responsible, means to be logical.… Continue reading Philosophy – Rewrite – “A Fine Line for Justice” – Chapter II – 8/27/2020

“An Aging Flame” – Romantic Short Story – Unedited

I Can he wait? Can he satiate a thirst that continues to mark his lips with the dryness of salt? In that, he is holding onto the ocean. He is washing himself in her running suds. A love as glorious as the only-believed infinity of the universe, becoming finite just when we comprehend life cannot… Continue reading “An Aging Flame” – Romantic Short Story – Unedited

Quote – “Love, the Inextinguishable Flame” – 8/4/2020

"As humans manifest their power in terms of numbers, it is love that remains the oneness.In a scenario where a human believes they can bury their memories beneath the grave, hurl the past behind, it is simple denial.A human denies the 'existence' of God, in the same way that they deny their own grief, knowing… Continue reading Quote – “Love, the Inextinguishable Flame” – 8/4/2020