Eye Of The Storm

Seeing the storm from my eyes.


Writer’s Block (Yes, Puns)

Asmodeus #46: Gifts

there are garlands around her neck bruised flowers of long fingers blue stamps over pale skin yellowing tattoos of old rust she'll tie her tongue inside her mouth with sparkling diamonds soaked in acid before she lets the sunlight touch... Continue Reading →


Asmodeus #45: Bruised

bruised knuckles don't hurt as much as bruised cheeks do when he pulls back his fist and pauses mid-air a throne of death in his eyes and pools of lava floating in his knuckles every time he stops the flinches... Continue Reading →

Asmodeus #44: Poetry

the best poetry is that which looks the simplest on the surface but if you peer in you see depths of oceans in murky echoes resounding within you like it is bouncing off the far away walls of the mountains... Continue Reading →

It’s Been A While.

Quite a long while.   I'm sorry I haven't been around. I don't think I have mentally been in a headspace that  any of you wanted to see. Or one that I wanted to share anyway. I will post more... Continue Reading →

The Real Testament #0

I'm here, I'm there, I'm everywhere. And yet, nobody wants to listen to me. I am literally the most ignored entity in the history of the universe. I can say that with conviction because I know everything. I also know... Continue Reading →


Old malice bites the air, old ravings rave again, though the hour has not yet struck. -Anna Akhmatova We deal with our minds in whatever way we can and form coping mechanisms that may or may not be healthy. That's... Continue Reading →

Asmodeus #42: The Truth

how brightly does your truth burn can it engulf their lies in flames? can it leave their accusations in ashes? or is it just a hearth that gives you assurance when you need it? how brightly does your truth burn?... Continue Reading →

Untitled (New York Unraveled #4)

Hi there! I have published the fourth part of the New York Unraveled series on Wattpad. You can read it here. It is the first LGBT+ novella of the series.   This is the fourth novella in a series of five... Continue Reading →


"Whatever the cost of our libraries, the price is cheap compared to that of an ignorant nation." -Walter Cronkite Is it a surprise that our ignorance and intolerance for what we don't understand (or don't deem important enough to understand)... Continue Reading →

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