Writing Challenge: April 19, 2018 Prompt: Describe kindness Kindness is compassion. It is empathy and generosity. It is listening, sharing, and understanding. It is soft, warm, and light. Kindness is the smallest acts, words, or gestures that brighten lives. It is the unnecessary necessity. It is often overlooked, and underappreciated, but most influential part of … Continue reading What is Kindness?
Writing Challenge: Feb 21, 2018 Prompt: how important do you think education is? My Grandpa has a saying: “The root of all evil isn’t money; it’s intolerance”. I am inclined to believe him, for it is intolerance that breeds fear, apathy, and hatred, but I take Grandpa’s philosophy further. The root of all evil is … Continue reading Education
writing challenge: Nov 21, 2017 Prompt: Write about a lost object (I went a bit off topic) There are many tales about an island of lost things- a place that somehow attracts the mislaid, misused, and misguided. People and things alike wash up upon shores made up of millions and billions of the miscellaneous. It’s … Continue reading Island of the Lost
*This is a found poem written for a school project. Every word and line is taken from Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness* That heart of darkness, Is it not frightful? The shackled form of a conquered monster; Truth stripped of its cloak of time, The truth of the “civilized man”. Angel or a fiend? A … Continue reading Devils- Found Poem