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I've been plagued by stress for as long as I can remember, sometimes to the point of tears, although I rarely let myself get to that point. On days when the cortisol in my system overflows, that's when it all comes down. I wrote this during a particularly bad meltdown…
Four teens visit a fantasy manor in the mountains of Japan. They soon find that it's been haunted by a dragon who guards it with fearsome strength. It's been possessed, and the teens are fighting for their lives, to either kill it, remove its corruption, or flee. The short story…
To See. We take our vision for granted, we abuse our sight and other, we despie the uglyness we see in others, but maybe we should look to ourselves. Molly Clinton never had that. She was born unlucky, robbed of her sight and left to imagin what we take for…
A fresh fragmentary monologue about conspiracies, disclosure and what it means to look at a number of aspects held in the collective conscioussness about the coming prophecies concerning the beginning of a new age.
My older poems.I wrote this in one day (it takes me several days sometimes to finish something), one of those moments when words flow like an open faucet hahaha. Pretty dark I guess but I loved how it turned out. Let me know what you think and any improvements that…