• Northern Arizona Desert

    1. Saguaro The refracted sunlight cut me in half. Unexpected, given the way, the Lord teased with dreams of freedom. Instead, handing over concrete, and busted Seagram’s bottles. We never knew its warmth was meant for us. I didn’t know the sun could arch that high, and peer down so lovingly. Until we drove southeast. ...
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    After my last article, I decided that I would focus full-time on my fiction writing. It’s not that I don’t love writing articles, it’s just that the news grew more and more depressing each day. Could I write fun and entertaining articles? Of course, but I didn’t have the motivation to. Fiction is where I ...
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    Did Conor McGregor cross the line, or has hateful promotion become an acceptable norm? As of July 14, Conor McGregor and Floyd “Money” Mayweather wrapped up their four stop press tour in London. This tour was meant to be a promo for the upcoming billion dollar event, scheduled to take place on August 26, 2017, ...
  • race, racism, black lives matter, hate crimes.

    Racially driven hate crimes are constantly being justified by the excuse of fear. Every time I hear of a racially charged crime that’s taken place, I get overwhelmed with anger, sadness, and fear for the future of my own children and this world. The deep rooted prejudices drive the racial profiling, the stereotyping, and the ...