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We all are waiting for something to happen. Right? What are you waiting for? Read More

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Do you see what I see. That the world is not like what it used to be. Read More

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Poem / Song Lyrics

October 04, 2015

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I wrote this, in 2008. It's part of my 2nd lyric set, Illuminated Shadows. Read More
With this subject I'd like to dig deeper into terms like demographics and the way we view people and the world around us. It's a work of personal reflection about how we collide with the true nature of things. Enjoy it and don't hesitate to leave a comment Read More
Life is a Psychological short story which pushes the boundaries of how a novel would go. It contains adult content and is a confusing story. Nothing is solved. This is my first short story, I hope you enjoy. There are mostly likely errors. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 31, 2013

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It's about the wish, to create something everyone will know. To be known forever. The craving for fame. The acknowledgement one deserves. Read More

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I want people to be inspired, and to let their work and creativity shine their real emotions and their real thoughts. This goes for myself to, I limit my writings to very simple form and sometimes afraid to go into new boundaries. Read More

Book / Thrillers

August 16, 2013

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10 areas, each Area ruled by Secrecy, the Corporation with entire power over every living thing on the planet. Each area has their own Institution, a place of brainwashing and torture to those that defy Secrecy. But with every Dictatorship there are those that rebel. Astrid Kendra is just the… Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 15, 2011

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This is a poem of how life brings out the worst In people and gets you down, but that special person makes it all go away, Read More

Short Story / Other

June 11, 2010

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I couldn't even put this into poetry. Dedicated to Amy; who broke up with me 5/6/10 Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 21, 2010

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This one is about being mediocre. Or feeling it at least. Enjoy. Read More
Here is a small list of ways people flee an identity crisis. Tension-arousing circumstances are uncomfortable, sometimes so uncomfortable that they force a person to question their own identity and values. However, a person can be flexible and consistent when forced to choose between alternative, and, at times, conflicting value… Read More
Whether the theme—being what is not while not being what is, is encountered in Sartre’s Being And Nothingness (the “hole” in my self-consciousness that permits human reality while remaining just outside the reach of this reality), or in Freud’s simultaneous attractive and repulsive forces, Eros and death wish, or in… Read More
When the ambivalence/self connection is recognized, tolerant attitudes towards others follow. When the opposite occurs, -- when the ambivalence/self connection goes unrecognized, prejudiced attitudes towards others is the result. From time to time, I will share some of my university papers, and since most of my writing revolves around one… Read More

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You may be wondering why I am posting unfinished stories, the truth is that many of them were very good ideas, but perhaps it just wasn't for me, thats why I haven't finished them. The other reason is that I want to know what people think of my original writing,… Read More

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about a girl who only lives as she is told to and seems unable to think outside the box Read More
The universe does not maintain rigid boundaries between living and inanimate matter. We can trace the fate of each atom in our body from the moment of its creation to the nuclei of stars, as a result of the evolution of the universe through the gradual accumulation of even heavier… Read More
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