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June 5 1999
About Me
I've been studying literature and writing poetry for about a year and a half now. I'm a cellist and cello instructor.
Type of Writer
Quiet, curious, and thoughtful.
Writing Style
I usually write from the standpoint of a character possessing at least a little piece of myself inside of him.
-Music (specifically classical, jazz, art rock, and alternative) -Literature -Poetry
Favorite Genres
Fantasy, Fiction, Poetry, Prose
Favorite Books
As I Lay Dying A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man For Whom the Bell Tolls An Essay Concerning Human Understanding Moby Dick
Favorite Authors
William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Jean Sartre, and Herman Melville.
Favorite Poets
Sylvia Plath, Allen Ginsberg, Percy Shelley, James Joyce, and John Keats.
Favorite Quote
"In the game of chess you can never let your adversary see your pieces"- Zap Brannigan
Favorite Music
Radiohead, Fleet Foxes, Father John Misty, Tame Impala, Vampire Weekend, Bjork, Animal Collective, Talking Heads, and Neutral Milk Hotel.
Favorite Movies
Lawrence of Arabia and the Tree of Life.
Favorite Shows
The Big Bang Theory, Bob's Burgers, and the Office.
    Rated: E · Personal · #2128733
    The lost are loved like silver ribboned presents under golden trees. Inspired by Auden.
    Rated: E · Personal · #2127433
    A hospital patient
    Rated: E · Death · #2125854
    Long words are used purposefully to show, though the man is eloquent, all beings die.
    Rated: ASR · Entertainment · #2126157
    (Past This Ever-Pressing Borderline). A poem in the style of the 60's beats.
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #2125853
    Any reviews would be greatly appreciated :)
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