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Something Wild

So, I just discovered that Lindsey Stirling partnered up with my all-time favorite musical artist Andrew McMahon under his new moniker Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness to create a glorious blend of powerful lyrics, hauntingly beautiful violin skills by Lindsey Stirling, harmoniously blending in the piano from Andrew McMahon, and getting sucked into it all … Continue reading

Hypocritical

Actions speak louder than words. Yet, words can facilitate the actions you have spoken. Instead of being blatant about this, of course I am going to write in code. A student in college chose History as his major. He was passionate about it, was sure it was what he wanted for his future. But, after … Continue reading

“Class A”

I am only slightly devastated that I cannot continue to develop my story idea that I had barely cracked the surface on last semester in one of my classes, but I understand the need to open my creativeness even more and let people know all the different types of things I can write. I will … Continue reading

Not A Hero

Well, I am going to be lazy and just copy and paste a poem I wrote for my Creative Writing class this last semester. It’s kind of how I am feeling right now as well. Hope you all enjoy. It’s also a very very poor attempt at iambic pentameter. Here we go. — Not A … Continue reading

Why Good Titles Are Important

In honor of me having to turn a Shakespeare paper in pretty soon, along with turning in several different papers by the end of the semester, I am going to stress the importance of a good title and why “Untitled” or “No Title” or no indication that you haven’t come up with a title is … Continue reading

“Puzzles”

I am 100% aware that it has been an excruciatingly long time since I have updated! Between school, work, and doctor’s appointments, I have literally had no downtime for ANYTHING! I have an assignment due in Creative Writing over setting and I figured I’d cross post it here so that whoever is still reading my … Continue reading

Intestinal

So, for creative writing, we had a choice between four different types of poems. I chose an elegy. It’s an elegy to my dead intestines. It’s a bit gruesome, so you’ve been warned. Here it is! (Sorry for the lack of updates. School and work are taking over) — Intestinal A tear A hole No … Continue reading

Story Time

I have absolutely no idea what I am going to write about for fiction writing. I have been scowering my brain and it is as if my brain has been on a vacation for the last week or so. I have no idea why my mind would be doing this to me! Why doesn’t it … Continue reading

Carcassonne

When I was fifteen years old, I visited this really awesome place in France called Carcassonne. It is a walled city where parts of┬áRobin Hood: Prince of Thieves were filmed. I basically fell in love with this place and thought it was the best thing since sliced bread. However, many people in my delegation were … Continue reading

The Playroom

I’m feeling both lazy and nostalgic tonight and in lieu of posting an entry on fame, I will be pulling out an essay I wrote for my autobiographical writing class. I never got a grade on it – because I had to drop the class for medical reasons – and I would like honest opinions … Continue reading