Monthly Archives: January 2016

An Unbecoming Rite.

Routes. Desperately searching for something that was never there Racking my mind just to realize life has been unfair. * In the least you’ll only slightly fail At worst failing will only pale in comparison to the hopeless mess you … Continue reading

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When Non-Violence Seems Inadequate

Yesterday was Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday! We as a nation have set aside a day every year to reflect and celebrate his life and loving rage, which usually ends up being a three day weekend full of everything but! … Continue reading

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Being Free, Just Like That Bluebird.

Look up here, I’m in heaven I’ve got scars that can’t be seen I’ve got drama, can’t be stolen Everybody knows me now * Look up here, man, I’m in danger I’ve got nothing left to lose I’m so high, … Continue reading

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New Year; More Violence.

I’m going to be honest, I had a couple of drinks for this one. I think at this point you know what I am referencing. The Colour of Violence Seriously, it might seem like this post is coming straight from … Continue reading

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