The Monster you Trust

About The Monster you Trust

I'd like to be everyone's friend but I often hide away, looking for things I'm not sure I'll ever find, or that I even lost in the first place.

"Valour is the contempt of death and pain" - Tacitus.

I hold a grudge against reality, I love my neighbor's sins until I lie awake at night.

Profile of The Monster you Trust

  • Age : 26
  • Gender : Male
  • Country : USA, New Jersey
  • Joined : Mar 6, 2008
  • Last Visit : 2 days ago
  • Poems : 118
  • Comments : 117
  • Quotes : 46
  • Posts : 112
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Latest Poems By The Monster you Trust

  • stitched face glitched faith
    screaming felcher anthems...

  • Verdant patterns reeling
    and feeling like a tree...

  • God, the fevered children,
    narcoleptic kleptomanics...

  • Floating to the sun
    and said and done...

  • Homeless (3) 2

    All the haunting hurts less
    when I know where you are...

Latest Quotes By The Monster you Trust

  • My sophist sweetheart stints aortas with antipathy.
    The hand that feeds is partisan and persnickety.

    3 years ago
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  • To be mindful of the future is to dream too daringly, as dwelling upon memory. When time or setting affect a decision, morals, like blades, lose edges and grow pits.

    3 years ago
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  • That which is merely possible need not be within reach to be such. And that which is within reach need not seem possible.

    3 years ago
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