There’s tragedy in her tears. Fault lines in her fears. My dear, a deer caught in headlights. A constant red traffic light. When will she realize that stars above want to shine like her?
Another self analysis of my love life.
I haven't blogged in a while. There's a myriad of excuses and circumstances that I can expound on. For the sake of simplicity, I'll admit that I've gone through self-hustle fatigue yet again. Even this blog post, which is both an update and a roadmap concerning the future of the blog, has gone through multiple … Continue reading I’m learning to draw
WordPress recently reminded me that I created this account 2 years ago. It's amazing to see how far this blog has gone since I conceptualized the idea on a bus ride home. The humble beginnings that led to Brother Humbled. The early logos that I created on my iPod Touch. The multiple notes recorded at … Continue reading A 2-Year Anniversary
Hey everyone, just a quick update. Earlier this week, I self-diagnosed myself with a condition called "Self Hustle Fatigue." Symptoms include rampant procrastination, unfinished work, and the aforementioned fatigue. I struggled with finding the motivation to do anything productive. Unfortunately, this is a byproduct of being an independent and unknown artist. Without much certainty, it's … Continue reading Self Hustle Fatigue
Introduction One year ago, “The Imperfect Portrait” was self-published on a WordPress blog. What originally began as a small assortment of poetry, transformed into a story told in poetic form about the human condition. It tells the story of a prideful man and how a set of circumstances ultimately humbles him to view life in … Continue reading The Imperfect Portrait: An Analysis of the Human Condition, from a Christian perspective