Hey guys, it’s been a while since I posted and today I’ve decided to do a real talk post and I haven’t yet decided whether I’m going to make this a series or if it’s just going to be this one rambling post. Warning before I get started: this post will be extremely long, if… Continue reading Real Talk: Living My Life For Me
The Lucky Ones: https://youtu.be/nGDpW5PHx_Y Hey guys, i finally got a new song written. It’s on piano this time since i didn’t bring my guitar with me. It’s about being depressed but always feeling like you have to be strong in front of others.
Hey guys, I haven’t posted in a while and I decided that I was going to make a post about music today. I’ve been listening to a lot of different things recently but I always end up going back to Icon For Hire. The reason I think I keep going back is that Ariel writes… Continue reading Songs That Speak To Me
I won! But not really, my story ended just short of 40,000 words and the rest is made up with the two school papers I had to write and a few short stories that I wrote when I was low on inspiration. It was very difficult and in the end I cried because I was… Continue reading NaNoWriMo
Who did you see When you talked to me today Were my eyes their usual bright blue Maybe a light grey Or maybe they were green Brown flecks around the iris What was I feeling When you talked to me today Was I smiling and laughing Or maybe was I mad Did I look… Continue reading Who Did You See? (Poem)
I walk outside To see you coming home Your silhouette black Against the setting sun Laughter and tears are all mixed Seeing you after all these years Just like the prodigal son You returned Afraid to get beaten and cursed Instead you are greeted with hugs And kind words And clothes for your back I… Continue reading Prodigal Son (Poem)
You left without a word Not even a note We searched To no avail So now we sit and wait For some tell tale sign With hope Someday You will return To this place full of love This place we call home Two years we wait Nothing, nothing We hold out Patience wearing out Where… Continue reading Home (Poem)