The three of them moved to the bed, clutching to each other. Kailee began to cry, the smell of the heavy smoke and the sound of flames licking up walls to reach them couldn’t be drowned out. Even as her mother tried to sing her a lullaby, and her father continued to wave fresh air into the room.
A summer in Italy that no one can forget once they’ve experienced it. The film adaptation of André Aciman’s novel “Call Me By Your Name” is one that draws you in with its stunning visuals, and then traps you in the compelling story it tells … Continue reading What Makes “Call Me By Your Name” so Significant?
I sit alone in my bedWatching as the world moves,And I am left to wonderWhy I have to choose A life that is prosperousRenowned and observed,Or one that I valueBut void and unheard The books sit in piles around meI am the altar they chooseTo … Continue reading The Student
LustIt came in the nightHeld me in its darkened clawsInnocence stolen GluttonyComing from withinThe beast demands to be fedToo hard to resist Greed Taken from meSo I made the decisionI will take back more Sloth Crawling to my bedThe morning light shut outAgain in deep … Continue reading 7 Deadly Poems
Why do we expect ourselves to know ourselves on a constant basis? In our world, from a young age, we are expected to acknowledge who we are and then conform to this static image that has been built for us from other people’s perceptions of … Continue reading Coming to Terms with Yourself
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