"This was a story about a girl who could find infinite beauty in anything..."-The Brothers Bloom

Monday, December 19, 2011

Shards of pull cards scattered on the carpet

Wonderin' about the thunder runnin' through this blood
I try to keep my cool, but the hat fits too snug
Study the love, took my degree
Shoved it into a bottle, chucked it into the sea


Sunday, December 18, 2011


Maybe I should just do it

Neruda Remixograph

Lexy Alari

I am a
sitting on a mountain
of time 
to explore
to take apart the world. 
I will stretch my arms toward
the sky, push through rich earth
I will emerge beneath the sun
I will stretch my arms toward 
the heavens, push through clouds of obscurity
I will emerge on the other side of the moon 
And I will know what

Alexa Alari

Listening to Helena Beat

The amazing thing about art is that you can meet yourself in another form and thereby realize yourself. You hear a song, read that poem, sing those lyrics, let your eyes linger on that image and there is a connection made. Your thoughts are clarified, you discover the answers to the unspoken questions inside of you. Or perhaps you come face to face with a question you should have been asking yourself all along.

I sing suspended
swirls of smoke
and muted light
shadows of yellow leaves

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Why does Kristen Stewart get to do everything fun? First Twilight, that Snow White movie looks freaking epic, and now this Akira thing. Next thing you know she’ll get to be in some awesome Quentin Tarantino movie as Anne Frank with Nazi-killing mind powers.


Kristen Stewart offered female lead in Akira remake

In news that is almost guaranteed to rile fans of the original, Warner Brothers have reportedly approached Kristen Stewart to play the female lead in their upcoming remake of Akira.

Stewart is in the frame to play Kei, a young medium who becomes the love interest for gang-leader Kanedo, the role offered to TRON: Legacy’s Garrett Hedlund.


Tuesday, August 23, 2011

I've really been wanting to get a tattoo. Not just any tattoo but one I've been thinking about and that means something. But do I want something stuck on me forever? Would I get tired of seeing it or would I love it every time I see it?
The words on this person's arm reminds me of all the emo/alternative music I used to listen to in high school. It sounds like one of emo music's epic song titles such as "Existentialism on Prom Night" or "Things Aren't So Beautiful Now Part II." I'm really glad I've moved on to a different musical place these days. I'm a "Technician" these days.

(I haven't listened to this song in forever.)

Thursday, August 18, 2011

I’m not going to say anything
I won’t even speak
You don’t know how hard I’m trying
not to feel or think
It’s not that I’m bad
or even that I’m sad
It’s just what I’m used to.

                                     No there isn’t
and there won’t be
this is the answer
to the unasked question
that keeps you up at