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  1. Night Thoughts

    Night Thoughts

    As night falls
    I must be honest
    with myself

    In the darkness
    the soul is in
    the most turmoil

    Every star
    another lost thought
    eternally trying to
    reach out

    But always
    held within
    the same place
    unable to connect
    My Poetry
  2. Creatures of My Night

    by , 11-14-2008 at 10:37 PM (Poetry, Random Thoughts & Ramblings)
    This was originally intended to be a poem about vampires, but it went in totally different direction with a different meaning all together.

    Creatures of my night

    The creatures of my night
    Have no soul, no hope, no life
    They devour me, and tear me apart
    No part of my sleep is untouched
    Because my sleep is void and without rest
    No matter where I hide
    They are there, there in every corner of my mind ...
  3. "Amor a Primera Vista" (3)

    So I mentioned I had approximately 2/3 of it written down on paper. I have now finished transferring it onto the computer. I will be working on the last part this weekend, but I imagine it will be quite difficult. Enjoy.

    “One kiss...please?” he uttered with that low, husky voice and hypnotic stare. I observed his mouth as he spoke; it was so small, but so gentle.
    “I can’t...” I whispered, my breath was heavy - as was my heart.
    “Just 2 seconds. Close your eyes.” ...
  4. "Amor a Primera Vista" (2)

    I made my way into the bar (our meeting place), my feet dragging the rest of my body the whole way; it was as though my fate was set in stone, no way of turning back. Soon enough, I found myself alone with him, strolling alongside the well lit pool which seemed to radiate a brilliant blue in the heavy darkness.
    This is too secluded... it feels like a bad idea. Imagine what would think. No. Don’t panic. Act like everything is normal, because it is.

    After a little small ...
  5. In depth book review of Paul Auster's 'The Music of Chance' - Part 1

    by , 11-14-2008 at 10:14 AM (Insights from a person of questionable sanity)
    NOTE: This is only the first half of the review, the full review can be read here:

    The Music of Chance will always be one of the most memorable books I have ever read. Why? Because I've never found a book so disturbing (not even the likes of Ellis' American Psycho) that I had to stop reading it. I can ...

    Updated 02-25-2009 at 07:41 AM by optimisticnad