This #WeeklyCreation has me dressed up as Elizabeth from Bioshock!
A poem about reunion and friendship.
A post commenting on how quickly we move through our days, and how that causes them to lose meaning.
A essay commenting on how video games transcend what we know as art.
A poem about the struggle of changing relationships.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. This phrase is something I hear multiple times at my new job – Outback Steakhouse. I currently work there as a server, and have found myself vastly driven by the fresh, fast-paced environment. Whether I’m grabbing side dressings, busing tables, or taking orders, I’m constantly moving. My body is finally matching the stature of …
I was the definition of a malfunction. A machine that had feelings. How funny. Machines aren’t supposed to feel. They aren’t supposed to cry or laugh. But I do. I’m a machine that feels. One that hurts every moment I swallow oil to lubricate my gears. One that hurts every moment I flip the “On” switch on the side of my …
As I fumble, my heart tumbles under the waves of your laughter. My insides feel warm as the sound of your joy swirls inside me, bringing me nowhere else but here. Away from my sorrows. Away from my darkness. Just here. In our everlasting enthusiasm, our quality quirks, our friendship that fuels my moments in the present. My moments of …
A motivational excerpt expressing the importance of loving who you are and what you do.
My experience with apathy and living day by day.