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Within the captivating interplay of black and white, this thought-provoking piece dives deep into the complexities of the human experience. Exploring the symbolism and metaphorical significance of these contrasting shades, it navigates the rich spectrum of grays that shape our lives. From the enigma of hidden desires to the promise… Read More

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A sequel, of sorts, to Barghest. Once again, no real plot. A series of conversations between the author and his subconscious by way of friends and acquaintances. A man reasoning with himself and not putting up with his own nonsense. No expectations, purely explorational. Read More
Praise for “What The Tornado Left Behind” Starting with a name check of William Carlos Williams and ending with an autumnal love song, this fine English-language collection from multi-lingual poet Anant Dhavale spans styles and forms, from haiku to ghazal, from reflections of daily life to poems of lament and… Read More
This writing contains Still Life Prose a new fictional writing and my counter to Ayan Rand's Philosophy of objectivism. Read More
a rough dabble in the ordinary and originality, and what you desire from life. this a continuation of the haiku i wrote. Read More

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This is a work of tracing Christian roots in the philosophy of ontological existentialism. Read More
This is a new method of reading art called as a postmodern reading of art Read More
This is strip art a new style of art that I have coined and it's a deconstructive reading of art. Read More
This is an explanation of Heidegger's Dasein from a Christian Apologetics point of view. Read More
Primitivism comes from Picasso's art and from it I have developed a new theory of writing called Primitivism and art writing. Read More
Strip Art is a new art form that is a deconstructive reading of art. Read More
I've decided to start writing down some of the dreams that I have at night. They become more vivid each day and a friend recommended starting a "dream diary". Well, I'll mostly write down those that I find interesting, but maybe some brushstrokes of my life too. I must confess...… Read More
A poem about destiny and how endless life’s possibilities really are… Read More

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This is a Fold poem - made from two sheets (extracts from books) that I was given in a seminar workshop. I don't know the books that the papers were from to reference them, I believe one was fiction and the other non-fiction. Fold poems are made from folding these… Read More
Yep! After 68 trips around the Sun, this is all I've gotten out of Life. Read More

Poem / Romance

April 21, 2023

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About what a person thinks when they are wronged and it legitimately bothers them. Read More
A young man encounters a bewitching journey between life and death Read More

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In life who are we really? Are we defined by others than by ourselves, so as to fit a concept accepted by the ebb and flow of a superficial society? Read More
The adventures of a forgotten king in the deserted, cold and unforgivable land. Read More
"Social construction" is a phenomenon that I encounter every day; it undoubtedly evolves through time, but we aren't aware of how it is truly altering our perspective. The social constructionist theory generally opposes the notion that there is a single, objective reality that can be understood apart from human activity… Read More

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Miles is recruited by a mysterious woman to venture into a dangerous world filled with magic scrolls and monsters to seek out the Pool of the Dead, where he hopes to call upon the spirit of a dead love to find closure. But in that journey, he begins the discover… Read More
Monsieur LeBlanc, the most famous food critic in all of France, had a dirty secret. Despite the fact that he had spent years cultivating his sophisticated tastes, Monsieur LeBlanc loved the simple and unrefined meal of fried chicken. It was a guilty and greasy pleasure that he could never resist.… Read More
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