Eros is WarEros is WarMore Like This
I just love you
and I just need to confess it to you,
every night, every day, every hour.
I just love you
and I just need to see you,
every night, every day, every hour,
Even though you ignored me,
like I wasn't there.
Ignoring... the worst thing.
But I was lucky,
lucky enough, to scare you.
You must know that I didn't want this,
but I was lucky,
and you started a war.
All this time I was fighting myself.
At last you became my enemy
and now I have a chance,
because you know; Eros is War.
Movie Review: Selma (2014)More Like This
A Different Kind of Sea by night-shadows-3
A Wonderful Movie in Review
Selma is a brilliantly understated account of events in 1965, centered on the protest march in Selma, Alabama brutally assaulted by Gov. George Wallace’s thuggish state police troopers, that became a catalyst to the passage of the Voting Rights Act, at that time the single most important Federal legislation f
Transrealism: The New Science Fiction?More Like This
Transrealism THE NEW SCIENCE FICTION?
Transrealism was coined by writer, critic and mathematician Rudy Packer in his 1983 essay, “A Transrealist Manifesto,” as a description of a specific sort of science fiction that was emerging at that time.
This was the introduction of sci-fi elements into fic
Collection: Laundry DayMore Like This
From the clothesline strung across the backyard, to the college dorm laundry rooms, to the inner city all-night Laundromats, we all have our memories that begin with helping Mom with Laundry Day, that task that soon became ours alone upon taking flight from the family nest. Laundry day can evoke warm memories of family unity, or cold memories of aching separation and loneliness, the softness of a stack of fresh towels or the hardness of city sidewalks, depending on the time in you life you are remembering. Here is a collection of deviations evoking the full range of Laundry Day duality.
Time Traveling While You SleepMore Like This
Time Traveling While You Sleep
By istickboy & Truepicturesinc
Time Travel in a Time of Regret
An Experiment with Time is a long essay by the Irish aeronautical engineer J. W. Dunne (1875–1949) on the subjects of precognition and the human experience of time.
John William Dunne was an Irish aeronautical engineer and author. In the field of parapsychology, he achieved a preeminence through