How can you tolerate it?
Not seek revenge?
It Never Happened
… Continue reading Misplaced Missive #84 – Forgiveness
“…Madness is the emergency exit…”
I think part of being a good writer is being a good reader. And a part of being a good reader means reading a plethora of different medias and styles and genres. Also: Batman is the uberawesome. Hence, another random review of something I recently read!
Continue reading Saturday of (Comic) Book Reviewing – Batman: The Killing Joke
Lifting others with his heavy heart
Too soon to say goodbye
Too late to thank for his art Continue reading ‘No One Sings Like You Anymore’
I watch the shadows dance,
As real as pretend can be.
The ties that bind hold me steady,
The illusion of security, of stability. Continue reading Misplaced Missive #74 – Plato’s Cave
Taxation without Representation is the District of Columbia’s motto. Clearly subtly is not their priority.
RDGLDGRN – Million Fans
Continue reading 15 on the 15th: “Now I’m rippin’ clothes, Not a hippie, no, I’m a District heathen”
Sometimes I think all anybody wants is a villain.
Somebody to blame,
Some dark entity without name,
Something we can all claim
Is the source of our every woe. Continue reading Misplaced Missive #75 – Haunted
The dead come alive in
Her prophetic dreams.
We don’t know if he’ll survive or
Who’s to decide, the meaning
Of things like these. Continue reading Misplaced Missive #71 – Supernatural
Tears fall. Saddest I’ve ever seen.
Worry and concern and genuine care.
And wasted potential. Continue reading Misplaced Missive #65 – Wasted
The very first comic =)
Sinfest.com has been around since January of 2000, created by Tatsuya Ishida. I’ve been a loyal reader since 2008, aka my senior year in high school when I used to check his newest webcomic offering every morning at 7:30 in my Journalism class. I love it and therefore am sharing it with you lovely folks, on this Reblog Wednesday. Continue reading Reblog Wednesday: Sinfest
Crucifixes littering the walls,
Affixed to each door in the hall, Continue reading Moonlit Musing – Hoarding