Philosophy – “The Pointlessness of Anti-Racism” – 4/22/2021

“One can be ignorant without being prejudiced. However, one cannot be prejudiced without being ignorant.” – Modern Romanticism To be anti-racist would have to mean to be anti-ignorance. However, how can one be anti of an absence, pertaining to ignorance, without broadening the void? Instead, to make the error of relating prejudice to hatred, would […]

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Poem – “The Enemy of my Pain” – Romance – 6/2/2020

Swallow me, Darkened hearts, Ruptured souls, For I vent out the wishes of a dismembered child Who breathes his own gulps of blood upon the stones. A man, as a child, As a servant to protest Of one discarded soul. I do not suffer enough The remains of my youth. Life has enveloped me, while […]

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