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This is my first attempt at slam poetry, and I'm excited to film a performance of this piece over the coming day.
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jcarlson33 : Writing

First to Talk, Last to Leave

First to Talk, Last to Leave

A Poem by jcarlson33


Lyrics I wrote to a new song of mine today. Will include link when it is finished; interesting ideas here though.
A Cathartic Cadence

A Cathartic Cadence

A Poem by jcarlson33


A Cathartic Cadenceby : Julian CarlsonTranscend past a heartbeat,Haunted by a harpy,Hearing the bones rattle -in these halls.Of sacred longing long af..
Anecdotes of A Fortune Cookie Philosopher

Anecdotes of A Fortune Cookie Philosopher

A Story by jcarlson33


Witty and dry humor in a series of short-short-stories told by a lost moralist in the modern age. Juxtaposition between restraint and humanistic indul..
Holfgir's Lament

Holfgir's Lament

A Poem by jcarlson33


Verse in the Greek tragic style with my own spin on it - no set meter really. I appreciate any comments :)
Justice Or Your Money Back

Justice Or Your Money Back

A Poem by jcarlson33


Perhaps could turn into song lyrics, very sparse and hardly literary in nature. Still, just trying to get these emotions out.
Oh Sweet Anguish

Oh Sweet Anguish

A Poem by jcarlson33


Something a little bit different from my usual style, tell me if you think it works. Overall, this piece was a cathartic one, I have had a bad night. ..
East Coast Elegy For A Broken Boy

East Coast Elegy For A Broken Boy

A Story by jcarlson33


Urban drama with concise and informal word choice. Grit and realism plain and simple with this one.
Meditation in a Fever

Meditation in a Fever

A Poem by jcarlson33


Experimental concept with verse structure here, but I think it has an interesting rhythm to it. By no means regular, but could be considered blank ver..
Our Libations

Our Libations

A Poem by jcarlson33


A poem about the hero Orestes who avenged the death of his father Agammemnon, who was killed by his mother. Although in Greek plays by Aeschylus Orest..
The Beyond

The Beyond

A Poem by jcarlson33


It is the will that tends to clasp, Just beyond its reach. As in silent shores so shall it be, In hollow barrows or frozen keep. It i..

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