According to Britannica Encyclopædia, “flat characters are two-dimensional in that they are relatively uncomplicated and do not change throughout the course of a work. By contrast, round characters are complex and undergo development, sometimes sufficiently to surprise the reader” (Encyclopædia Britannica). I watched the movie Kingsman: The Secret Service many times since it premiered, andContinue reading “I Really Like “Kingsman: The Secret Service””
Monthly Archives: December 2020
Art: A Universal Language, A Universal Healing
If art were not a universal language, would we as viewers and consumers of art experience such intense emotions that run the gambit from exuberance to despair? Running with the idea that art is a universal language that can overcome differences in cultures and languages, it is easy to see how art brings about evenContinue reading “Art: A Universal Language, A Universal Healing”
A Funny Thing Happened…
In the words of the Fresh Prince himself, “Now this is a story all about how my life got flipped-turned upside down…” However, there’s one anecdote from my very recent past that is sure to rival that of Bel Air royalty. It all started on the morning of Saturday, September 10, 2016. All day, I received countlessContinue reading “A Funny Thing Happened…”
Early Morning Sunshine
This post isn’t particularly deep, but I took these two photos and I wanted to share them. Even though I’m not an early riser, the morning sun is something I consider spectacularly beautiful.
Civil Rights: The Fight is Not Yet Over
I originally wrote this in 2016 as part of a course during the completion of my master’s degree program. The past four years has demonstrated that the disenfranchisement of African Americans has not changed much over time. The ways in which Black people are abused by people in power and the justice system are justContinue reading “Civil Rights: The Fight is Not Yet Over”
I Wrote Another Poem
Almost Home As I close my eyes and try to drift off to sleep I hear the hum of the engine and the whoosh of the road under the tires. I feel you take my hand and kiss my knuckles, whispering “we’ll be home soon.” I feel the steady tremble of the car as itContinue reading “I Wrote Another Poem”
It Is All Over
It is all over today, The bond that existed my entire childhood. A thousand memories that meant so much to me, All of which are down to dust. I’ve hated you for a while but I knew you always cared, I’m indifferent about your existence now after the things you said. You can never takeContinue reading “It Is All Over”
Who’s That Misanthrope?
Merriam Webster defines misanthrope as “a person who hates or distrusts humankind.”  This trusted etymological repository further explains that “Misanthrope comes from the Greek misanthrōpos “hating humankind” and was very likely popularized by the French playwright Moliere’s Le Misanthrope, which depicts a bitter critic of society who chooses exile over contact with other people…It is one of severalContinue reading “Who’s That Misanthrope?”