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A poem from my collection in progress. The subject of the poem is freedom and how can it be achieved. Read More

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The following short stories are about the odd types of heroes. Heroes come usually in glorified forms and invoke enthusiasm from the admirers. But in reality those heroes we relate to might be far from having a happy ending or a noble purpose. They come closer to resemble war donkeys.… Read More
A journal entry I wrote a long time ago but I believe it holds some truth in my own personal philosophy of life, and it entails what I believe in thoroughly. When I go back and read it, it still holds with me as if I inspired my own self. Read More
The journey begins with a great scientist, the inventor of anti-gravity propulsion, crash lands in the desert, lying hopeless and unconscious in wait for rescue ... His rescuers appear to be humans from somewhere else, who desperately need his help! Read More
Australia's economy has transitioned into a knowledge economy creating two distinct classes: the upper knowledge class (uni graduates) and the lower service class. At the same time Australia has boosted aid to south east asian countries as part of a hearts and minds policy. University students are the vanguard of… Read More
A Nietzsche inspired essay on life, the universe and everything. Read More
Booksie 2018 Poetry Contest

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