1 Clytemnestra Thus dies Agamemnon, who, mighty in life/ Conquered the Trojans but succumbed to his wife."
Poetry: General, T, English, Crime, words: 347, 8/21/2008
30A Virus » Elaine Kubler is a hybrid of Holden Caulfield and Lorelai Gilmore with blue hair thrown in just for fun... not exactly the type of character you'd expect falling for a computer geek.
Fiction: Romance, T, English, Romance & Humor, chapters: 14, words: 24k+, favs: 9, follows: 16, updated: 7/23/2008 published: 12/22/2006
3 State of the Union Written during the state of the union address last year. I guess our recent political policies haven't cheered me up.
Poetry: Politics, K, English, Angst, words: 178, 1/25/2007
The Only Legal Thing We're the cursed, the abused, the indifferent. We're too busy hiding from the government to mess everybody else up.
Poetry: General, K+, English, Angst, words: 278, 1/13/2007
Innocence Turns To Smoke Confronting childhood naivety, cigarette in hand.
Fiction: Young Adult, T, English, Angst, words: 864, favs: 1, 12/11/2006
2 We Always Regret Regretting In response to a poem my friend wrote about regret. Why bother regretting?
Poetry: Life, K, English, Poetry, words: 217, 10/1/2006
11Dark and Drunken » Written around the time when my attitude towards premature drinking started to cross lines.
Poetry: General, T, English, Angst, chapters: 4, words: 392, favs: 1, updated: 9/5/2006 published: 8/30/2006
4Selene Rhyming is harder than I thought.
Poetry: Fantasy, K, English, Fantasy, words: 286, 8/28/2006
2Escape & Greenery Possibly cringe-inducing. Please R&R.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Poetry, words: 227, 8/25/2006
2Tyler & Other Poems » True story about my friend who tried to kill himself Saturday and tried to live on Sunday
Poetry: Friendship, K+, English, Tragedy, chapters: 3, words: 247, updated: 6/20/2006 published: 6/5/2006
4 I See The Art I see the art in a suicide bombing. A positive approach to life's modern horrors.
Poetry: Politics, K+, English, Poetry, words: 159, favs: 2, 6/19/2006
1Captive In the Desert Shock consumes Lydia upon the death of her mother. It prevents her from feeling anything, leaving her to wither in total state of apathy.
Fiction: General, T, English, Tragedy, words: 2k+, 3/25/2006
2 After The Funeral After the funeral, one must return to her mother's house and clean out her old belongings, but it is hard to throw away the past.
Poetry: Family, K+, English, Poetry & Tragedy, words: 363, 2/18/2006
4The Leprosy You Live A comparison of modern Life to the isolation of leprosy.
Poetry: Politics, K+, English, Poetry, words: 204, favs: 1, 2/11/2006
1 Farmer's Elegy This is dedicated to my Uncle Bob who died a few months ago, and to the world's farmers who are slowly disappearing as well. Recently published in Teen Ink magazine.
Poetry: Family, K, English, Poetry, words: 126, 12/23/2004
Suspended in a Fairy Tale A modern version of the fairy tale "Rumplestiltskin" fixing the unrealistic aspects of the old story, and yet not being entirely realistic.
Fiction: General, K, English, Parody, words: 4k+, 12/23/2004