Postings with tag: contemplation
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March 17, 2016
A very introspective, yet still great, Trenlin finds himself in a difficult situation and leverages his unique abilities to help him out.
We all have those moments when life is really hard, and we need a little reassurance to carry on. This reassurance can come in many forms, so keep your eyes open for a little miracle!
This short, fictional story is about a man that has it all, the lifestyle,car and job. He loses it all, when he falls into depression, as he seeks the one thing he does not have - love. The story contains two real life topics - depression and suicide,that some readers…
September 20, 2013
"To be, or not to be, that is the question: Whether 'tis Nobler in the mind to suffer The Slings and Arrows of outrageous Fortune, Or to take Arms against a Sea of troubles, And by opposing end them: to die, to sleep No more; and by a sleep, to…
This is a metaphor again. Every sentence and almost every described object represents something real to me. Again, I don't like to tell my side of the story right away, because I feel like the reader can apply the imagery to his or her own situations in life. If you…
Enclosed is a short story, titled “Grand Canyon”, (approx. 1400 words). A 30 year old man, fresh from his cousin’s funeral, sits on the rim of the Grand Canyon and muses about man’s destiny, and if his path is ultimately futile.
Um.... this is just another poem of mine about a girl sorting through her problems through poetry. Her mind has two sides to it and she's having a conversation with herself to sort out her own feelings. And no, she's not skitzaphrenic.
The moment you realize you've found someone whom suits you perfectly, all other thoughts, all worries, dissolve. It becomes a moment of honesty, joy, and perhap even terror, but the sensation is unmatched by any other.