Undressing of Autumn

• October 9, 2016 • 8 Comments

Nights with the Ocean

• August 26, 2016 • 18 Comments

Augury of Red Plasma

• July 5, 2016 • 16 Comments

Identity Routine In The Poutine

• June 14, 2016 • 28 Comments

In the outskirts of the void

• June 6, 2016 • 21 Comments

Burlesque On The Wings Of A Butterfly

• May 9, 2016 • 32 Comments

Exile

• April 25, 2016 • 41 Comments

The Weeping Lyre

• April 21, 2016 • 38 Comments

“Color Me In Cyanide & Cherries” – The Book

• February 29, 2016 • 84 Comments

Insomnia

• December 26, 2015 • 27 Comments

 
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Plato had amazing insight into the question of finding the unknown. "How will you go about finding that thing the nature of which is totally unknown to you?" he wondered. The deep inner space within yourself, the inner wilderness within you asks for you to explore it, and in the process discover yourself. What better way to do that than through writing? This space is a personal blog for your reading, and my writing adventure. Go through the blog that follows to, perhaps, discover something as well.

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