Category Archives: Sociopolitical

Weather App Proposal

My proposal for a “Doomsday” weather app. Continue reading

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What Was

Remember the natural state and beauty of Santa Clara Valley. Continue reading

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Desire to Rebound

Nature trying to reclaim what once belonged to her. Continue reading

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Fruits of the Garden

http://diddles25.deviantart.com/art/The-Fruits-of-the-Garden-592139138 One of my first ventures into Photoshop.

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A Lament to the World

I wrote thisĀ around 2013 in a psalm style. It really is astounding how humans (or at least wealthy humans) are so horrified at anĀ economic crisis or some mundane scandal or something like that but the same people shrug when confronted … Continue reading

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Boudicca: Warrior Queen and Mother

Boudicca is one of many women who should have their stories heard; an insulted queen and a furious mother defending her daughters whom the Roman army raped. She nearly scared the Romans out of Britain. Continue reading

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We Know Not of the Dangers

I wrote this poem in 2013 or 2014. It was during the whole debate about Marriage Equality and I remember someone argue that, “Gay marriage hasn’t been tested, we don’t know the risks.” Continue reading

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