Category: Philosophy

Sophea T. Amari

Is that alright with you?

If I gave you my Heart, dripping with dark Love If I flushed out my Shame, awkward with Crime If I begged for your Grace, breaking with Bad If I loaded my Glock, pulsing with Poison If I trashed your place, lie with the Waste Is that alright with you?

Sophea T. Amari

Quick. Rolling.

When we go rolling along the grass, the pollen in our eyes, I grab your hand and you become the Sima Martel of my being. It is a depression on the surface of Earth, a sink-hole of not-quite-there uncomfortable romance, where you leave me neck-deep in sweetness and struggling light. As my fingers slip through …

Sophea T. Amari

The Day I Lived Again

The colours of the day. That’s how it started. A mellow, chocolatey hue, a billion flavours of sweet and salty, merging through a multitude of shades, intonation, hierarchy and captured feelings. Muted yellows, cloudy blues, raging reds- they danced in the visions of my eyes, that dark deep nothingness that died a thousand tears ago. …

Sophea T. Amari

Thoughts of a Woman

A woman is not attributed an intrinsic identity because she is a caricature of a castrated man; castrated politically, socially and sexually. It denies and projects unacceptable feelings of envy ¬†for the phallic qualities of a Gentile. Freud said so, but I think he’s strange. The Oedipus Complex, the Electra Complex….he has seen it all. …

Sophea T. Amari

Believe

In all you can be. I’ve started reading The Secret by Rhonda Byrne- I bought it when it was hit the bookstores, a huge deal and all that was. And as my life became progressively more cluttered, more chaotic and less fulfilling, I chucked it into the deep recesses of one of my book shelves.¬†Lately, …

Sophea T. Amari

A jungle out there

It’s a fucking jungle out there. I kid you not. Welcome to the real world, people. Things aren’t always as they appear to be. Take off your rose-tinted spectacles and have a look at the ugly side of things for once. I hate to sound like such a pessimist (I am neither), but you must …