The humble humanist

Desire- An intro

Exposed to romance at a young age, I have been consistently drawn to the element of desire in human nature. However, in contrast to this spirited energy, an internal feeling of resistance and refusal has arisen within me which gives me the general impression that I am not worthy of experiencing such passion. This sense of rejection within me has been shaped by some of my experiences in the past which hinder me from being present and motivate me to seek salvation in the never ending possibilities of the future. Moreover, I have drawn reference to one of my most favorite plays, A Streetcar named Desire by Tennessee Williams in which one of the centralĀ  themes are appearance and reality or fantasy and illusion.


Hoping against hope,

I take salvation in the uncertainty of what is to come.

Memories cling like infants desperate for their mothers,

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