three questions

Would you rather fight one hundred duck-sized horses, or one horse-sized duck? Ah, the infamous question. Honestly, I don't want to fight anything at all, especially not animals. Also, know I'm going to lose either way. I am weak. In this hypothetical scenario, though, I think I'd rather go with one hundred duck-sized horses. If I could, I would attempt to put them in a position… Continue reading three questions

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chance

Chance. Risk. They say the greater the risk, or the bigger the chance, then the greater the reward. Roll the dice. Spin the wheel. Let the cards fall where they may. Sometimes the chance is so rare, there's only one in a million, or once in a lifetime. One would then assume if they're successful,… Continue reading chance

where will it be found?

deepunderthe blue wavesof the oceanit hides, waiting foryou, ready to take your thoughts, being, your soulalways readywhen you leastexpectit highoverbuildings andtrees and mountainsit's always there, toowhen you're alone and weakit always finds youvulnerableeven whenyou feelstrong one,two, threesteps awayahead? behind?above or below?do you have the courageto find out this time?find it beforeit finds you?do youdare? therein… Continue reading where will it be found?

Hamil-blog, Part 2

This is part two of a blog about my experience seeing Lin-Manuel Miranda's phenomenal hit Hamilton: An American Musical. If you haven't seen it, listened to it, studied it, or really care about it, that's cool. Feel free to skip. But this blog is long and full of spoilers and such, too, so that might… Continue reading Hamil-blog, Part 2

Hamil-blog, Part 1

This is part one of a blog about my experience seeing Lin-Manuel Miranda's phenomenal hit Hamilton: An American Musical. If you haven't seen it, listened to it, studied it, or really care about it, that's cool. Feel free to skip. But this blog is long and full of spoilers and such, too, so that might… Continue reading Hamil-blog, Part 1