Scribblings of alone with my thoughts and drinks in a bar.
Short works attempting to acutely recall the loneliness of the narrator.
A search into why violence inspires us at least likely of moments.
This is a critical look at one of my favorite books of all time. Even though I have a great love for Heinlein's message, I found some glaring issues in regard to gender.
Rambling of my first trip on a freight train.
This came as a suggestion from a professor. I found a whole new love for both Tolkien and for Virgil.
The continuing misadventures of Alden as he navigates life, trying to find the confidence to rebuild a broken spirit.
Here I attempt again to capture the simplicity and continue my exercises in observation.
When a person loses their way, there are moments when others around us inadvertently empathize, connect or inspire us to reconnect. Whether we listen or not is another story.
This was my rather elementary attempt at gender commentary in the 21st, while tipping my hat to Homer and T.S. Eliot
This is the story of man who gave everything and lost his way. It is the search for a soul by a man who doesn't believe in it.
Here I attempt to capture the simplicity of my everyday existence, as well as an exercise in observation.