The wisps of wind caress my skin as i walk through the folds of the night. With each step i dwell deeper and deeper into the cold. I hear a voice coercing me to come nearer. Deeper into the cave of echoing, deafening screams.   I stop and listen. Listen to the cries i hear…

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she sang a song of starlight and fell upon the moon sinking into her intoxicating embrace stardust's luster seemed to change ineluctable forces act as hollow shackles unbreakable even as starlight lands unyielding even as the skies fell forlorn unforgotten as she dies only to be reborn holding on to withered stars alone as crushed…

warm kisses filled with innocent bliss ]blank space in your head—what's your name paws dyed a bleeding scarlet, crimson against gold poisoned thorns stuck in your heart spiked edges digging through your brain slicked with shimmering venom, in all it's radiant iridescence a memento of what came before us life flashes back to your eyes—flashes…

moonlight shatters the stormy skieslightning unrooting the wavesand butterflies flickering to darknesswith shredded wings crumbling to ashesburning across the endless salt and seadrowning in the endless sea of unknownreaching for the hollow lights bellowonly to fall, to fall, to fall hellbentand never know what's waitingfireflies flicker and butterflies shivermoths lay aquiver, and wraiths merely slitherleft…

they smilelips taut across a facehair a messy fieldand for a brief momenti feel eyes snap to mine thump. wild butterflies lurch in my insidesuntethered and unfixedi want to spit scream vomit them out let the world marveland taste their sweet dew thump. suddenly| cant look at themthe way the sunl|ght frames the|r facethe|r eyes…

Happiness Part 2

Welcome to the second part of this series! In this post, we'll explore the opinions of an eastern philosopher rather than only western philosophers so that we can have more variety in this series. So without further ado, let's begin. Buddha Our first eastern philosopher is perhaps the most famous. Let's have a little bit…

Happiness Part 1

"The secret of happiness, you see, is not found in seeking more, but in developing the capacity to enjoy less" — Socrates A couple of boxes of pizza could get you far in terms of pure happiness. But sometimes you need something more than diabetes to make you happy in the long run. And it…

Free Will

Most of us are fairly sure that we have free will. We have the free will to choose what college to go to, the free will to choose whether to have Froot Loops or Cheetos for breakfast, and the free will to angrily text the person that’s been ignoring your texts for a week now.…

Death

“He who fears death will never do anything worth of a man who is alive.” – Seneca   Death is Inevitable No matter what you do you will die one day, no matter how successful you are, no matter how hard working you are, no matter how good, benevolent, or unbelievably holy you are you'll eventually have…

Loss and Stoicism

Loss is something that no one wants to experience. And it's understandable why that is. Loss has a uniquely sharp pain that absolutely no one in the world would want to experience. But a fact of life that can not be avoided is that you will experience loss at some point in your life, avoiding…