Letter to the Faceless (Infinitesimal) This is an ambiguous love letter addressed to an unknown, perhaps imaginary, future lover. I wrote this for a poetry class I took a while back, and everyone seemed to like this one the most. There are also infinity symbols to indicate that whom the letter is addressed to doesn't have an identity; I made some footnotes and a key at the end to help explain that part.
Poetry: Love, T, English, Poetry & Romance, words: 761, 9/21
Microcosms Repeat It's basically a poem describing the horrors of mass shootings as well as the ridiculousness of the political turmoil survivors have had to face recently in the US. The mass shootings are "microcosms", or something that mimics the characteristics of a larger entity, while the desire to pretend that we're safe in this "civilization" is the "macrocosm", or the larger entity.
Poetry: Politics, M, English, Poetry, words: 800, 9/21
JESS NEWMAN: TRANSHUMANITY (Revised version of MACHINA: TRANSHUMANITY.) After attempting suicide, a civilian scientist's father uploads her mind into his company's latest patent: a powerful cybernetic endoskeleton disguised by artificial flesh. She then is forced to become a super-soldier, spearhead the transhumanist movement, and simultaneously stop a massive conspiracy in spite of her poor mental health.
Fiction: Sci-Fi, M, English, Sci-Fi & Adventure, words: 1k+, 8/10
1MACHINA: TRANSHUMANITY (BOOK 1) » After being mortally wounded during a terrorist attack, a civilian scientist named Jacqueline uploads her mind into her own invention: a powerful cybernetic endoskeleton disguised by artificial flesh known as a "Ripper". She then finds herself at the center of a worldwide revolution to redefine the human condition, and has to stop a deadly conspiracy unfolding behind the scenes.
Fiction: Sci-Fi, M, English, Sci-Fi & Adventure, chapters: 9, words: 128k+, favs: 2, follows: 1, updated: 8/3 published: 1/19
December Despite that the poem is open to interpretation, it's mainly a poem I wrote about my fears that humanity is destroying all life on Earth due to global climate change and the grief that will inevitably come with it as life comes to an end. It also talks about my frustration with the people leading humanity (mainly the very rich elites) and how they're not doing enough to stop this.
Poetry: General, M, English, Poetry, words: 481, 6/28
The Lake of Fire A poem about my depression and suicidal ideations, as well as other topics mixed in such as grief, guilt, and tragedies. The title refers to a lake beneath a bridge the narrator is about to jump off of.
Poetry: General, T, English, Poetry, words: 323, 2/9