|A fun little photo strip made with an iPad during the Reading Public Library Summer Reading Program.|
ForgettingIn class, Have A Little Faith was read.Forgetting by TheArtistAsian
In a section there was a part about the second death.
"Everyone" fears it - not the physical death but the death
you undergo when you are forgotten.
So many of us try to fight it off
with quirky Facebook photos,
outrageous and nonsensical tweets,
Anything is fair game when trying to get attention.
But is that really the attention everyone wants
or are they really trying to look for the universal love
every sentient being covets -
all the while committing to the wrong effort, erroneously
thinking that they'll get exactly what they want?
I've given up on garish attention
yet I'm none the wiser
when it comes to finding
every human being desires.
I'm slowly being forgotten -
I don't want to be
yet I don't know how to stop it.
Facebook FacadeWhile lost in the dark umbra,Facebook Facade by TheArtistAsian
I'm told by a classmate that I look more masculine and taller
on my Facebook profile than I do in real life.
All I say in response is a casual, "Ok,"
and go on.
When I'm back in the radiance of day, I realize
I'm hardly masculine in real life
let alone vain at all.
Coven - The Master Race, Powers OptionalWatch depthRADIUSCoven - The Master Race, Powers Optional by techgnotic
The FX Channel has just concluded the highly successful third season of its American Horror Story series.
Each season has featured its own stand-alone storyline, insuring against series stagnation and creating a story competition as the ever-ravenous horror audience eagerly awaits each season’s next outrageous attempt to top the last. Coven, the third entry in the series, a witchcraft genre entry, has not disappointed. Its star, Jessica Lange, was nominated for a Golden Globe. Critical reception, despite the considerable gory fx (envelope-pushing for network TV