Nightmare Of A Cold Dead Earth

An endless solitude fill dark lonely streets.
No noisy motorcars, And no busy hustling of humans.
Only utter silence all and everywhere.
Nothing here is what it used to be.
Where skylines made of tall buildings once stood,
highlighting with brilliance and beauty, crumbled
to dead statues in the distance. Grey and silent.
Where lavish homes and busy streets once stood,
Lively with people and spirit, ruined to dilapidated
slump. Broken and abandoned.
Nothing here is what it used to be.
Fore, Earth is a cold, dead place.

Night Beauty


The world is most beautiful between the earliest hours of a morning; one and three am.
When the world is fast asleep, And a thousand stars are your personal think-space.
Where you explore the deepest questions of life, And ponder the ways of the universe.
It is here you find perfect peace.
Free and alone, When the world is silent.

25 Unusual Words From A Logophile


Next to a trusty pen, a quality notebook, And a cup of coffee.
Words are a Writers best friend.
If you’re a Writer, their is a 99% chance you are a Logophile.
A lover of words.
I am a Logophile.
And people may find this damn boring, or completely ridiculous,
but I love studying the dictionary.
I love exploring books and reading various materials to find out new,  interesting,
And unusual words.
If you’re a Writer, their is a 99% chance that you do the same damn thing (And love it.)
Because we find words we never knew existed.
Because we find meanings we never knew had a word.
Because we find words that express whole emotions in one word.
And because we’re certain, that if their is anything at all in the world,
their is bound to be a word which perfectly sums it up.
From my supply of written notes and exploration of the dictionary, books, and other reliable sources, I have compiled together 25 unusual words you may not know exist. 
1. Agronaut.
A person in quest of something dangerous but rewarding; adventurer.
2. Heliolatry.
Worship of the sun.
3. Lachrymose.
Give in to shedding tears readily; Tearful.
4. Psephology.
The study of elections.
5. Quintessence.
Most perfect representation of a quality.
6. Acquiesce.
Accept something reluctantly, without protest.
7. Agathist.
A person who believes all things tend to good in the end.
8. Pluviofile.
A person who loves the rain, who finds peace and joy in rainy days.
9. Chiliad.
A group of 1000.
10. Raconteur.
Skilled storyteller.
11. Agowilt.
Unneccessary fear.
12. Clinomania.
Excessive desire to stay in bed.
13. Oneirataxia.
The inability to distinguish between fantasy and reality.
14. Petrichor.
The scent of rain on dry earth.
15. Inconnu.
A person who is unknown; stranger.
16. Myopia.
A quality of being short-sighted.
17. Psithurism.
The sound of wind through trees.
18. Selenophile.
A person who loves the moon.
19. Atelophobia.
The fear of not being good enough.
20. Kalopsia.
The delusion of things being more beautiful than they really are.
21. Ambisinister.
Clumsy or unskullful with both hands.
22. Eccedentesiast.
A person who fakes a smile.
23. Eleutheromania
An intense and irresistible desire for freedom.
24. Nefarious.
25. Emollient.
Recently discovered a word?
Or maybe you have a personal favorite? 
Let me know in the comments! 

The Miserable Monster


I have a confession to make.
As a child, I believed their was a monster hiding in the wardrobe.

I believed in the childhood tales of monsters in the wardrobe, hiding under the bed, or in hallways. Monsters who scared the crap out of me, enough to leave a light on at night. 

With time, these monsters disappeared, And I learned to sleep with the light off.

I learned how they were nothing more than childhood nightmares and child imagination. 

Unfortunately, their is one true monster who does exist.

If it chooses you, it turns your whole world blue. 

You feel as though you’re drowning, but you keep going anyway. 

You feel sad over nothing, even on your Birthday. 

It’s like your life is playing in a black and white film with no sound.

It doesn’t hide in wardrobes, under beds, or hallways. 

It follows like a shadow, waiting for the wrong time to pounce. 

It chooses any person, of any gender, rich or poor, young or old.

This monster is persistent and gets what it wants.

I confess that I am one of many chosen by, and living with this monster.

Doctors call it “Depression”. 

I call it “a miserable Asshole.”

Don’t let a miserable Asshole control your life.

Control what you can, and let go of what you can’t.