Ok. I'm going to stop you right there. This post is just about 1875 words long. Just so you know... Oh Hector, you're a cocky little cunt, aren't you? You're lucky I'm not a violent person. I only lash out like so when I'm pushed to the limit of my patience, or if I'm bored … Continue reading The chief muse disagrees with you
This poem Is manufactured In an uninspired moment. This poem Refuses to maintain interest; Incapable, Impotent. This poem Reflects the apathy of the youth. This poem Is a clone Of the other poems That speak of ‘this poem.’ This poem Masquerades Tolerance and boredom. This poem Confuses Laziness with selfishness, And this poem. K 2011.
Took the free psychological archetype quiz at lonerwolf.com (which is an absolutely hilarious oxymoron right there) and here is my result. (Copied and pasted the text, but the images are my own inclusions.) The Destroyer One very essential part of our journeys of self-exploration is to understand the underlying motivations that drive a lot of … Continue reading My psychological archetype is DESTRUCTO! Hoo-rah-roar! *Godzilla screech*
Unpacking concepts through a selected anthology of texts is a useful means of teaching students about abstract ideations and how they may be recognised in different contexts. This area of study requires students to explore the ways in which the concept of boundaries is represented in and through texts. Boundaries can be applied or represented … Continue reading Boundaries – rationale for conceptual area of study