E.j.aka.Hannah

E.j.aka.Hannah

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Name:EJ
Occupation: Artist & Wandering Soul
Info: Im quiet, funny, independant, loyal, & honest. Nothing else is needed to be said.


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Posted 9 Years Ago


smile.

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Posted 9 Years Ago


Congrats on your new badge.
Wear it with honor!

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Posted 9 Years Ago


hey, glad u liked the Nietzsche blog! if you're going to check him out, I would first read him in an anthology that somewhat clarifies some of his ideas, because he doesn't write like a typical dry philosopher - in many ways he writes more like a poet, which can confuse a reader at first glance:)

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Not All Is Dying Hun Just Sadness Can Show Those Who Dwell Within Its Bounds Of Hopelessness.

How Are You?

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Ha, I pity those who don't know Keats or his works, I truly do. I must say, he's made me more human, somehow. Thanks for reading "Machine Gun Assassins"! btw those stream-of-thought pieces are always fun cuz like I said, it's suprising where ur subconscious goes.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Oh, I def like Keats. he's my fav. After him, it kinda depends on what mood I'm in:)

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Posted 10 Years Ago


who are some of ur fav writers, here or in the literary world? Don't say Plath, Bukowski or Poe please lol

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Posted 10 Years Ago


You know, a lot of Frost's rough drafts for poems actually were pure dialogue or short story like. That suprised me because he's like the king of modern metrical traditional poetry. That just happened to me recently. I began a poem, and it morphed into a short story, and sometimes it goes the other way. U never know where the pen is gonna take u.

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Posted 10 Years Ago


You know, Ive been getting that a lot lately, that my poems are like stories or little movies. I don't know if you read my "The Night Will Always be Dark", or "Shhhh" but they're along the same vein. And I agree, breaking it up into parts makes it less scary lol

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Good. I was a little worried that the length, allusions and philosophic terminology was too dense. There's A LOT to chew on in that piece, maybe too much, so I'm happy to see you digested it anyway:) the quatrain,uggh. Sometimes I yearn for life to be neat and measured, and I use quatrains in an attempt to try to order it - not that it works lol