poetry

“Explanations” Poem of the Day (2023)

"Explanations" By Ashley O'Hare I'll explain everything eventually- why I continued fighting, how I kept loving, when I discovered how to detect honesty. One day, you will know all I learned. I can't tell you now-- it's premature. The story is incomplete; there is more I must endure. It would be useless to detail pain… Continue reading “Explanations” Poem of the Day (2023)

Movie Reviews

My First Thoughts On HBO’s New Series “The Last Of Us”

HBOMax’s The Last of Us Series First Thoughts At the time of writing, the first three episodes of The Last of Us have been released on HBOMax. As a fan of the video game of the same name, it was a given that I would have to check out this television adaptation. Here are my… Continue reading My First Thoughts On HBO’s New Series “The Last Of Us”

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“Common Ground” Poem of the Day (2023)

"Common Ground" By Ashley O'Hare We are all created by a mother and a father, but we are raised by countless others. The fictional figures gracing our screensare written by our mentors, unseen. Authors take ink and paper and transform it into lessons, entertainment, and peace- evaporating stress and loneliness like water vapor. Celebrity actors,… Continue reading “Common Ground” Poem of the Day (2023)

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“Coping Mechanism” Poem of the Day (2023)

"Coping Mechanism" By Ashley O'Hare The bruises have faded over time. Muscles always regenerate their strength. As long as I keep my mind occupied, everything will be alright. Dark, gritty memories can be crushed, blended, and stirred into smooth paints to recreate the magical starry night sky. Cruel current circumstances inevitably become mangled, manageable memories.… Continue reading “Coping Mechanism” Poem of the Day (2023)

Movie Reviews

Movies You Need to Watch This Valentine’s Day

Top 10 Movies to Watch on Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Whether you are spending the day alone, with your significant other, or with some friends, you can’t go wrong with a good movie to accompany your Valentine’s Day candy. Here are the top 10 movies you should stream this year:… Continue reading Movies You Need to Watch This Valentine’s Day

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“Disproved Beliefs” Poem of the Day (2023)

"Disproved Beliefs" By Ashley O'Hare Contrary to popular belief we cannot force our minds to forget. I remember the boy whose favorite color was black because it dulled the emptiness of everything he lacked. I remember the girl who hid at the back of the room with a book on her knees and her thoughts… Continue reading “Disproved Beliefs” Poem of the Day (2023)

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“Open Your Eyes To Miracles” Poem of the Day (2023)

“Open Your Eyes To Miracles” By Ashley O’Hare Thousands of miracles Occur each and every day. Magic surrounds us, Yet we weep weekly Over simple flaws In our imperfect lives. Make your plans, But keep them flexible. Dispel your negative thoughts through tears, But do not live in fear. Open your mind To the improbable.… Continue reading “Open Your Eyes To Miracles” Poem of the Day (2023)

lifestyle

What Makes “The Last of Us” Exceptionally Great

Why The Last of Us is Great Originally released on the Playstation 3 in 2013, The Last of Us (Now The Last of Us Part 1) was a tremendous hit. Though I had heard of it, I didn’t play it until around 2017 when I picked up the remastered version for the Playstation 4. Needless… Continue reading What Makes “The Last of Us” Exceptionally Great

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“Deadline” Poem of the Day (2023)

"Deadline" By Ashley O'Hare Was my heart skipping a beat, or was it anxiety? Did you care about me, or was I convenient company? Your intentions have always been disguised: a wold in sheep's clothing, or a modern superman? Tell me the truth. Much of my life has been wasted waiting on your cue to… Continue reading “Deadline” Poem of the Day (2023)

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“Intended Identity” Poem of the Day (2023)

"Intended Identity" By Ashley O'Hare Is there a guide on who I am meant to be? Was I born to tell stories? Am I supposed to be saving lives? Does this key help me sort out the lies?If I am not the person I was meant to be, do I still have time to change… Continue reading “Intended Identity” Poem of the Day (2023)