Poems

The Taste of Water

You are heartwarmth in winter You are the wind that rustles the orange and green ornaments, delicately clinging to wooden […]

Read More

Opium and Opera

When the Opium wears off,my bones begin to ache at every passing breeze,my muscles succumb to gravity’s will,and my skin […]

Read More

By the Color of My Sin

Hearts only grow harder and¬†flesh is never thin, Some are much explicit while¬†others hold it in, Dare i let it […]

Read More

Shadowboxing

  My shoulders are well oiled axles, my fists are cannon balls I am an uncompromised, uninhibited, and unchallenged fresh […]

Read More

Articles

To Defend the Weak and the Fatherless - Using Media for Mission Work

Using Media for Mission Work - An overview of my future plans for using media-related skills (photography, videography, journalism) in missionary work.

Read More

The Rule of Respect - In Short Prose

Respect. What is its nature? Like love and humor, its origins ought to be genuine.It cannot be forced upon or […]

Read More