An Albatross flies above the sea, Black and white and showered with the sailors envy, Coast to coast it goes, meeting the travelling crows. Free in one context, trapped in another, Powerful according to the delusions of the sailors, Free to roam the sky, but if it goes beyond, it dies.


75 years of life left to die. In the first five we are nothing but moving stones, Sculpted and eroded by family and strangers. 70 years left to sleep as bones. As partially sculpted David’s, “Is this too late to change?” we think. Time might be an illusion, but can still assassinate. Just realize life … More Alazia

I am a Boomerang

America has the biggest military budget in the world. I am now sick and tired of telling Obama and congress that the boomerang bomb will never work. Boomerangs were once used to kill people. Now we use it for playing. Or that’s what I tell my neighbors. Neighbors annoy me. I am not the type … More I am a Boomerang

All I know about clowns

Clowns are usually depicted as either playful symbols of innocent fun war creepy fright. The comedy that clowns perform is usually in the role of a fool whose everyday actions and tasks become extraordinary, and for whom the ridiculous becomes ordinary. Clowns have a long history in Egypt, China and Rome, where clowns were fools who entertain … More All I know about clowns

Story Archetypes

  Classic characters and situations are called story archetypes. Story archetypes are the building blocks of fiction. They come up again and again. The Eight Key Story Archetypes Protagonist Protagonists are responsible for most of the action in a story. They take the risks and reap the rewards. As well as physical challenges, Protagonists must … More Story Archetypes

Falling Skies

I just woke up and for some reason I move towards the balcony door. I open the door and go towards the railing. I look at the sky and see the moon, but something else catches my eyes. It was small. It got bigger and bigger. It was an airplane. It was falling. I run … More Falling Skies