How Game of Thrones Destroyed its Characters

Game of Thrones has finally come to an end. But not everyone is happy how the show did so. I have been die hard fan of the books and show for years. Despite its faults, I still enjoyed watching the final season of GoT, but I would have ended it differently. Ending a story requires... Continue Reading →

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All is Ash

Cinders swim In the summer breezeLike gold coinsThrough my fingers. SmokeBeckons with silver plumes.I follow. Its scent is strongWith oak and cherry,And kisses my lipsHello, goodbye.I follow. All aroundThe wreckage playsA symphonyOf crackles and snaps.And the timber singsA friend's sweet elegy.I follow. The world glowsWithin the hot embraceOf orange and scarlet.I surrender. Flames enclose me.All... Continue Reading →

My Break in Barcelona

After my trip to Madrid, I took a bus ride to Barcelona, a gorgeous city nestled between the sea and the mountains. While Madrid is a city seeped in history, Barcelona is hip and modern. That is not to say Barcelona has abandoned its history. After all, I stayed in a hostel in the Old... Continue Reading →

Vacation in Madrid: Day 2

See Madrid Day 1 here! On my second day in Madrid, I decided to be a bit more artsy. Madrid is home to several amazing art museums. Not least among them are the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Prado National Museum. Simply put, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum has everything. You can find art from the 13th century... Continue Reading →

Vacation in Madrid: Day 1

Having finished my classes for the year, I decided to treat myself to a vacation. And what better place to vacation in than Spain? Good food, rich history, and stunning architecture. First I went to the country's capital, Madrid. Although a modern city, Madrid has taken active steps to preserve its history and culture. All... Continue Reading →

The Song of Night and Dawn

The night smothered the bruised, black skies, And a foul wind began to rise By the devil’s wills, beyond the hills, Where all the world’s evil lies. The night swam through the rivers deep, Towards a town with no gates, no keep, Where fate had led us to the dead, Who lay in a cold,... Continue Reading →

The Global Treasure Hunt: Riddle #2

Since multiple people have gotten the first riddle to The Global Treasure Hunt, I will release the second riddle. But first let me explain where the first Tin was buried. The first riddle refers to a great, watchful eye and an hourly chime, which many of you correctly assumed to be the London Eye and... Continue Reading →

The Global Treasure Hunt

The Global Treasure Hunt has begun! For fans of treasure hunts like The Secret: A Treasure Hunt, or even the treasure hunt I did not too long ago, here's an even better one for you. I've buried 5 metal tins across Europe, each about 6 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 2 inches deep. Below... Continue Reading →

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