Blog #20: Dresden

The city of Dresden was bombed during World War II, near the end of the European campaign, in an attack that many military experts consider to have been unnecessary and inhumane. A vicious attack on non-combat civilians. Does war necessitate atrocities like this? Should the ethical problems caused by new technologies, such as firebombs and … Continue reading Blog #20: Dresden



It's hot outside. Today's the kind of day you would remember from years ago, when you used to wake up at whatever time your body's internal clock thought was suitable, and in your state of remembrance, there's heat, filing your brain with red and orange-colored thoughts, and if for the fifteen to twenty minutes you're … Continue reading Heat

Eagle Eyes

  Omniscient eyes like those of eagles judging glances and backward stares mirroring like eagles would in the air energetic and serene quickness, alacrity with intelligence, hubris and humility, modesty in the multicolored feathers soaring like airplanes at night, under the cover of Dusk and the darkness associated with it.   Words flung across sidewalks … Continue reading Eagle Eyes