Encroached by thoughts that aren’t my own, yet I remain indifferent. Why fret when I can simply pluck these unwanted weeds and nourish. Black and white disgusts me, so I will choose vibrant colors that I will guise with grey. Just know that romanticizing your pain is but a deterrent to our fragile hearts. Promise… Read More Obscurum
Strange Man: “Shine light upon the depths of my soul and you’ll see ominous darkness dissipate light as the Sun’s shine would dissipate a mist. Ensnared by my darkness, you’ll only hear the chilling cacophonous wails of each of the times I have died. However, for every time I have died I was reborn into… Read More Strange Man and His Thoughts (Part Two)
Strange Man: “Music strangely brings me to a wonderful place of many unrealities that reflects on how I feel. I can feel my frustration lingering in my mind. What an uncomfortable sensation.” The strange man stares off into space with an empty mind hoping this will make the uncomfortable sensation fade away. Strange Man: “The… Read More Strange man and The Realization
Strange Man: “For many years I have gone the way of my affliction, but I have yet to clear the dreary sky that I once called my soul. To whom or what shall I limp to in this madness I call unreality? Is there such a person or thing to limp to? Better yet, why… Read More Strange Man and Himself
Strange Man: “I remember those days…” The strange man gazes at the sky as he ruminates. In doing this, he feels as if the sky can give him a fleeting moment of lucidity. Strange Man: “In those days, I was too preoccupied with silly things to give my soul the attention it deserved, as if… Read More The Strange Man, The Village and The Deformed Lady.
Strange Man: “The ambiguity of the ambivalence wrought in me opened up my mind to dichotomous ideas that weighed my spirit down to cold depths.” He then smiles and says, “I’ve conquered vile beasts before, kid. Your worst enemy and your best friend is you, yourself. How you perceive the world determines who you are… Read More Strange Man and The Boy