Originally posted on Shrey Chheda:
This four letter word has destroyed millions and millions and hence, today, I want to talk about this very subject. For ages it has acted as a lout and a curse for most of humanity. Tyrants have risen and Societies have fallen because of this very word. Peace has been…

Living out of tune

Originally posted on Boundless Reckoning:
Since I was a kid, people have a lot of expectations on me. I’ve been known by many as the good boy with high grades and right manners. I always top the examinations. I’m active in extracurricular activities. I have a commendable attitude in my religious organization. I used to…

How We Know

  The link below is directly related to a subject I’ve been thinking about for some time now; regarding my paternal great-grandparents’ genealogy research. Long story short; my paternal great-grandfather was a full-blooded Native American Indian of unknown tribal relations. All that IS known, is that he was registered with the U.S. Government **but**…any paperwork… Read More How We Know

Let the Dark Speak

Originally posted on Poets Alley:
Hey everyone! Things have been such a whirlwind lately! Thanks for sticking around and continuing to follow my blog. A huge thank you to everyone who is now following my instagram! There’s lots of excitement on the horizon, and I can’t wait to share it with all of you! Of…

The Night Owl

Originally posted on Stories I've Never Told…:
I awoke with that awful feeling. You know that feeling. The one where you’re all safe in your sleep one minute and then the next, you’re jerked to reality through the realization that it’s now morning. Soon all that warmth and happiness will be ripped away from…

The Tummy Ache

Originally posted on Stories I've Never Told…:
I woke up in agonizing pain. A stabbing. Right in my stomach. Beside me, Ant was still snoring peacefully. The sky outside our windows was still black as night, but I knew that going back to sleep was not an option. All I could do was writhe.…

Pushing past the patriarchy

Originally posted on Teri Carter's Library:
The Art Minnow, by Polish painter Robert Bubel My 27 year-old daughter and I are sitting at a nice bar, having a glass of wine. It is mother-daughter weekend, we’ve been Christmas shopping all day, and we have chosen this quiet, mostly-empty pub near our hotel to get…