“A Farewell to Death and to Passion” – Excerpt

“When he had tasted her lips, Alden drank her passion, that leaked a small tendril of flame through him. He absorbed it like the soil that absorbs the rain. He tasted the ruby red like fire upon his mouth, moving down his throat with a pace akin to a plague-walker. It tasted like sickness. Like…

The Ability to Love & The Will to Suffer

A specific tiredness has enveloped her. The exhaustion of being lovelorn is unlike the emptiness of an ocean. It is unlike the emptiness of a river, or a well in the desert. It is unlike even the infinite blackness where “space” only lingers. A lovelorn heart merely requires the most significant of amounts of love,…

Empathy Showing its Reign

The world of today deems the empathetic as obsolete. It deems love as obsolete. We know love as having nothing to do with business. Science has replaced romanticism, and for what? To offer knowledge of dryness in place of flavor, since we now know of the chemicals that race through our bodies when in love?…

Words of Wisdom for the Day – (December 6th)

“The kindest form of compliment is a lie. It is because there are many who would prefer to live in the comfort of darkness, rather than face the light. There are many more who would tell them to remain swimming in that darkness, in the form of a compliment, because they ‘lack the heart’ to…

Words of Wisdom for the Day – (December 2nd) – Belated

“Science is not the advancement after wisdom, or after philosophy; it is the test of it. A lucrative disease that begs for a cure would require a heart, not a mind, to release it. When we withhold truth, we withhold our heart. Truth defines all when honesty is aboard its own vessel. This vessel without…