Sullen

16 Feb 19
Horror Metal Sounds

Archer Nation Beneath The Dream EMP Records: Released February 15, 2019 Written by Tim Duran 10 out of 10 It’s a special kind of feeling when a band like Archer Nation comes around.  I knew of them way back when they were just “Archer”. Three young lads playing insane thrash from their record “Culling the […]

16 Feb 19
A Medic's Mind

It’s 04:01 in the morning and I am awake. I know this because the numbers boasting from the screen of my alarm clock inform me of such. And despite the mention of an alarm, I was not at all required to be awake at such an arbitrary hour. It was no automated beep that woke […]

16 Feb 19
MNL Lifestyle Chronicle

What do you when you seem to outgrow your blog identity?  I first started blogging close to thirteen years ago. Back then, my very first blog was hosted in LiveJournal. I was probably in my late twenties, I was sullen most of the time, a rebel-without-a-cause and a devil-may-care attitude. I was obsessed with Japanese […]

16 Feb 19
I just wanna write

The blaring faded into the distance as the sirens of the police cars that had been in pursuit fell behind, unable to keep up with his pace. The rear view mirror which had been a canvas of blue and red as it reflected the lights of his pursuers was now black and sullen. Mark grinned. […]

16 Feb 19
He Hath Said

And Moses spake so unto the children of Israel: but they hearkened not unto Moses for anguish of spirit, and for cruel bondage. -Exodus 6:9 There are some who seem as if they could not lay hold on Christ because their sense of sin has become so intolerable, and the wretchedness which follows upon conviction […]

16 Feb 19
After Megiddo

Skylon Gideon He made no move as the Compiler eyed him. The ebon slime made no move as it inspected the hall. The glowing eye changed to a four-pointed star. A noise off in the hall caused the slime to turn away. It then did a double take, snapping it’s eye to the strange hallway […]

15 Feb 19
Parkinson's Disease and Self-Expression

Ode to Oscar   He is gone now, my faithful friend I held him close to the very end He is now beyond any sorrow or pain My walking companion through sunshine and rain Through storms and sullen clouds of grey To blue skies on a midsummer’s day On misty mornings down by the river […]

15 Feb 19
The Sullen Ant

I like having backups in every aspect of my life. It reduces the chance of me having to change my routine because I ran out of something. Or me having to think things through (again) because I did not expect something happening. I have backups of toothbrushes, clothes, makeup, food, I even have a backup […]