I've always been an intelligent person. Growing up I always noticed the patterns of things, in shapes and forms, and later in ideas and concepts. Though homeschooled, I did well and ended up making a high of 1350 on the SAT, 31 on the ACT and then gained a final GPA of 3.69 earning my … Continue reading My Mind, My Friend, My Enemy
Within the blackness of the night His body lies at rest Alone within His catacomb, amidst the quiet chill His skin is pale and bled of life, no air’s within His chest He lies in state, forsook by God, within the lonely hill She weeps within the waning night, alone before the morn When death … Continue reading Easter Sonnet
It is given to me to see the sorrows of life, and rarely her beauties and joys.
Joy is birthed on the bloodied edge of sorrow's scythe; for death is life's only sine qua non and darkness its sole necessity.