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The experiences that teach us the most can often be the most painful.
Sitting still is harder than it sounds.
The original torrid love affair.
Is it intentions, or results, that deem an action immoral?
Our intelligence has developed much more quickly than our emotions, and this can make it hard to cope.
Isn’t finding the motivation to make a change a constant struggle?
It can take so much courage to love, when so many people from our past have sought to teach us not to.
Oh, undying regret…
A little experiment with the double-etheree form.
Inspired by a shooting star.
Our desire for achievement can prevent us from appreciating what we already have.
Sometimes, we focus a bit too much on our shortcomings.
A few verses inspired by Sleepy mornings.
A night as a victim of untempered self-indulgence.
The dangers of avarice
Trapped in pure darkness.
A moment of shyness inside of a Starbucks.
A song of love & heartbreak, written from the perspective of a guitar.
A short poem to welcome the upcoming spring
Do human efforts hold any intrinsic value, or can they be measured solely in terms of the accomplishments they facilitate?
A spotlight on the plight of truly selfless people, who are often the first to be manipulated.
A cynical presentation of morality as a weakness preventing true expression of desire and emotion.