Author has written 140 stories for General, Love, Life, Nature, Song, Politics, Friendship, Mythology, General, War, Religion, Haiku, Fantasy, and Young Adult.
Hey, how's it going? Thanks for stopping on by the profile to check out my stuff, I appreciate it. I've been a member of this site for twelve years, since 2002, a little kid, and I've written, read, and experienced a lot in those twelve years. I'm pretty proud to note the longevity of this profile and so it'll continue existing so long as the site and myself allow it. Here's to more experiences and more pieces to come, hopefully another twelve years will grace this profile.
Just some added info...
Hobbies: Poetry, Writing in general (i.e. journaling, etc.), Music, Ethics and Philosophy, Sociology
Occupation: Unknown Poet/Writer, College Student
Muses: The sea, philosophy and ethics, Nietzsche, music, art, movies, flesh and skin, subtlety, reality (or rather the perceptions thereof), just about any genre of media, really.
Loves: Philosophy, Music, Poetry, Post-Rock, the Sea, Silence...god, I love silence.
Likes: Sociology, Body art, Creativity, Writing, Requiems (from classical to more modern tunes), some anime, and any art.
Dislikes: Alcohol, Addicts, Fire, Water (drowning).
Hates: Liars, Hypocrites, Mainstream media, Noise
Favorite Game Series: Silent Hill, Metal Gear, Castlevania, Fallout, Jet Set Radio
Favorite Game(s): Yume Nikki, Radiata Stories, Killer 7, Jet Set Radio Silent Hill 2, Metal Gear Solid, Resident Evil 2, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Earthworm Jim 2
Music: Post-Rock, EBM, Post-Punk, Folk, Industrial, and some Jangle Pop, Chillwave, and Punk
Favorite TV Shows: The Adventures Of Pete & Pete, Rocko's Modern Life, South Park, MST3K, WWE
Favorite Movies: Jacob's Ladder, Shawshank Redemption, Seven, What Dreams May Come, Requiem For A Dream
Favorite Actors: Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman
Favorite Actresses: Ellen Page, Kat Dennings
Description: The ghosts left us and we were humbled
Theme(s): Childhood, Innocence, Adventure
Musical Inspiration: Caspian
-Make Your Partner Smile
Description: From a discarded acting assignment sheet left in the art building of my school campus is the basis of "Make Your Partner Smile," an activity that, when I read it, immediately gripped me and the rawness of it had me excited to try applying in a different artistic medium. This is my first attempt at "found poetry," all credit goes to Robert Cohen of Cape Fear Community College.
Theme(s): Friendship, Loss
Inspiration: Acting I, Lesson 4 "Acting with the other"
Musical Inspiration: None