"Guns don't kill people, people kill people." That is a true statement, after all guns can't shoot itself. It's all about who holds the trigger. Now this does not mean everyone who own guns are murderers and should be punished, there are justifiable reasons every person has to carry guns (be it the need to … Continue reading But The Hands That Holdeth…
Seriously, another shooting in the U.S.?! And that tallies up to 18 cases, in less than two months since 2018 started. Wow. And yet our government will still not do a THING about it. Why? Because they are at the mercy of the very people that put them in their seats: the NRA. Money certainly … Continue reading Fear Not The Gun
Here to kick off my first entry of 2018, a piece I completed back in late 2017, to commemorate the untimely passing of one of my favorite artists: The title refers to the track "Lost In The Echo" from Linkin Park's LIVING THINGS album. Because it was so sudden and so unexpected when the news … Continue reading Lost in the Echo : In Memory of Chester Bennington
A poem and image of inspiration, according to me, of course. When you're feeling low and feel like there's no hope, there's one way to reach for. I wrote the poem. I've written some poems in the past and have even featured them here, but I'm no Shakespeare.
For some strange reason I have a morbid fetish for eyes crying bloody red. Of course the expression is not all too uncommon; you'd often hear that as reference to the extreme degree of anguish a person goes through, or when someone is working themselves to near death to try and achieve a dream. Nowadays … Continue reading Tears of Blood