A poem about the tumultuousness of the heart, and its sometimes complicated relationship with those that it takes a romantic interest in.

Realism bleeds into technicolor daydreams. Dizzying spectrums of color and light beautify the most conventional of atmospheres. Surreal emotion interweaves itself into the fabric of our moment, suggesting…

“The line separating good and evil passes not through states, nor between classes, nor between political parties either — but right through every human heart — and through all human hearts”.

This quote was published in Aleksandrs Solzhenitsyn’s novel titled, “The Gulag Archipelago”. This quote is profound since it captures…

Ben Howards, “I Forget Where We Were” album cover.

This is a poem about the painful fallout of infidelity.

9:00pm. Tuesday. September 12th. Shadows dance across the living room as our ceiling fan cuts through the heaviness of the moonlight rays, filtering in from the unforgiving sky above. As I sit in the living room alone, I hear muffled…

Jack Borden

Philosopher, poet, economist, and most importantly a critical thinker. My aim is to explore the human experience and to make sense of the world that we live in.

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