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From Christmas of 2011 to the end of 2014 I wrote in a journal. I included original poetry, theories about the world, spiritual revelations, and personal experiences that I learned a lesson or two from. In the pages I lay out my soul and have a lot of pride in the short time that it seemed so...
Here's a rudimentary attempt at creating a convincing character - following Mira, an androgynous, reticent, and intelligent women of 25, in a state of befuddling melancholy. Anyway, leave a comment, advice, your opinion - cheers!
It's an analysis of Billy Lowman in Death of a Salesman
A closer look at modern life through the eyes of an everyday city-dweller.
All day you fight, then cry your eyes out, on a foggy winter night.
You drench your soul, it feels catches the cold.
While you say to self,everything is alright,it is alright.
Anthony Wernicke, known by everyone around him as a victim to the pressures of his existence, lives alone in an isolated society with his older, psychologically damaged brother. He struggles with the pressure of daily life and tries to find a silver lining until he is framed, and everything...
By Jake Taylor
While riding a train, an unnamed hitman reflects on existence and his last six jobs.
Benzo's and Cannabis. Does the ego exist? What was the voice?
By Derwin Gonzalez
An existential story of a man at the heart of a war who realizes life and death is just a game that can be played for a quarter to some.
By Shawn Giomedd
Robin and Teresa are in a quest to know about life. To be true to their work, they need to know what they write. But that is easier said than done. How much pain makes a writer?
The Universe doesn't reward you for trying. The Universe doesn't reward you for being morally good. The Universe doesn't care about you. The Universe doesn't care how hard you run up the stairs. The Universe doesn't care what your intentions were, or that it was an accident. My cousin was 23...
By Tori Galatro
A woman attempts to escape her isolating existence through the sensation of heat and a handyman has a profound experience at a dinner party. Magical realism inspired.
By Francis Jay
A short story about a pessimistic young man burdened with a tedious and depressing life who ends up struggling to survive a hostage situation with an insane psychopath who "just wants to talk".
To your right lies all that you wish to escape from. To your left lies the gateway to your dreams. Yet all you can do is watch the days go by, beautiful though they may be.
Hope, humanity, and life in general.
The words of a troubled mind, and the meaning of acknowledging it.
Miscellaneous | Updated Nov 20, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1