my greatest fear is no words
warFare’s nucleus ː
fission \ fission-fusion
matter \ if nothing but almost
still, mouths press
steam continents, no air
for the all‐telephone wrung inkless
while fact tills fact (so lets sleep
loom in lullaby) for every Little Boy. his bedroom only a door
with arms who siphon galaxies at night by a finger pricked vessel
beneath the shadowy atmospheric flow. his molecule dreams
where a key dissolves \ itself will lock
I would just like to personally thank the Purple & White for choosing this really professional and pretty photo of me jejelol
by Kristen Lucas, senior Millsaps student
Last semester, Lucas and her classmates were asked to complete a project exploring lived gender & sexuality at Millsaps College. Students were not asked to cover all of campus life but to focus their articles on specific areas, issues and/or people. This piece is included in this series of projects.
Author’s note: This piece is an extended look into the life of one Millsaps student. Names have been changed to protect my subjects. Although this is nonfiction, it is more narrative than traditional investigative journalism. The information was gathered over several months of extended, personal interviews with Eliot.
The word would brand him flawed, dirty, a disappointment to his family, to God, and to himself. It word would raise a wall between him and his father and stir his mother’s weeping. The word took root in his skull and laced every thought with its echo…
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Of the light in my room: Its mood swings, Dark-morning glooms, Summer ecstasies. Spider on the wall, Lamp burning late, Shoes left by the bed, I'm your humble scribe. Dust balls, simple souls Conferring in the corner. The pearl earring she lost, Still to be found. Silence of falling snow, Night vanishing without trace, Only to return. I'm your humble scribe.
look at allies pretty pictures. wowza
All Photos were taken while I visited Grand Teton National Park. If you want to drool over mountains, I strongly recommend visiting the park in Wyoming.
“Like the wheel that keeps travelers traveling on/ Like the wheel that will take you home”
-The Tallest Man on Earth
maybe the trick for remaining dedicated to writing without giving up the beauty of being alive is to refuse all thoughts until i have a pen hand to trace them with
If you are interested in this data set you might like my latest post where I use it to make book recommendations.
This one came about because I was searching for a data set on horror films (don’t ask) and ended up with one describing the links between philosophers.
To cut a long story very short I’ve extracted the information in the influenced by section for every philosopher on Wikipedia and used it to construct a network which I’ve then visualised using gephi
It’s an easy process to repeat. It could be done for any area within Wikipedia where the information forms a network. I chose philosophy because firstly the influences section is very well maintained and secondly I know a little bit about it. At the bottom of this post I’ve described how I got there.
First I’ll show why I think it’s worked as a visualisation. Here’s the…
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