Jellyfish stories, books, poems, and more

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Jellyfish are the most peculiar creatures in the sea. They are mostly water and have no brain and filled with a current of high electricity that can kill. But what if one did have a brain and it could communicate with other fish, it had feelings, it could talk and… Read More
People who have anxiety disorders can sometimes have panic attacks, and take from somebody with a history, they are incredible unpleasant. When I was in primary school, other kids used to make me feel like shit on purpose so I would have a panic attack, and apprantly I looked like… Read More
Little poem. Don't take it offensively, it's just a shared view about spirituality and religion... just a little insight to my random thoughts, is all! Read More
A short parable type piece. I like to think the best way to explain it is to imagine it's written from the perspective of a young man with autism and schizophrenia... Little bit morbid, but oh well! It's worth mentioning that this I haven't focussed this to a religious audience...… Read More
This is a poem I wrote shortly after visiting an aquarium in Baltimore. I got to thinking about jellyfish, and whether or not they really have any significance to anything. Read More
A thousand years after global warming set the earth on a new natural cycle, in the Time of Neptune, a small community on the edge of the world faces the incoming Ice Age. Read More

Poem / Other

September 27, 2011

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The Booksie Classic House

A poem with cosmic imagery that I intend to illustrate Read More
This is a haiku I wrote for an extra credit assignment in English class. I love jellyfish, so I think it's very reflective of me. Read More

Tags: haiku, jellyfish

One day, I picked up the first book I saw and read the first sentence that caught my eye. It was "She sometimes wondered if Haggie was trying to kill himself through an absence of tempo". x Read More
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