Monthly Archives: December 2012

Some words about the recent shootings.

Shootings have always had a great affect one me. I think one of the major reasons is because the Columbine shootings happened on my 18th birthday. Those shootings, like all shootings, were a thievery of innocence for everyone. For me, … Continue reading

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How can one begin to heal? – A new poem

Two hours ago I walked to the gym and came across this memorial. When I got to the gym I saw on the news the that sales of bullet proof backpacks has tripled in the last few weeks. I got … Continue reading

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Here I am with you, myself again – A poem

Here I am with you, myself again Clustered drops of tears like drained compassion This skinny, frail body that knows it’s lost I watch, wondering how much shadow can pour from a soul A greedy, unsatisfied darkness that questions beliefs … Continue reading

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She reminds me I’m dying- A poem

She reminds me I’m dying Diamond inflamed veins beat through paper skin While The echoes of war ring a faint hum And dilated eyes stare at plastered white skies How it pains me to wake with arm draped innocence With … Continue reading

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I slept with a dragon

I laid with the girl who breathed like a fish on the shore waiting for death. The breath filled my ear as I desired removal. Strong like a creature that dwells in forgotten stories. In a cave, her breath was … Continue reading

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If you live in the Portland, Oregon area please read.

Hi everyone. As most of you know from my posts online I recently moved to Portland, Oregon. I did so in an attempt to pursue my dream of becoming a writer and comic book creator. I am currently in an … Continue reading

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Gold-Lined Storms Update!

  Hey Everyone. I just wanted to give an update for Gold Lined Storms. The book is turning out really well and I honestly think it will be unlike any book you will ever read. When I first came up … Continue reading

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