Devilish Smirk Provides a Unique Journey
Your journey’s dependent on the order you ingest my stories coupled with how well you know me in real life and chances are, you don’t. Devilish Smirk is one hell of a way to get to know me.
My circle of friends is smaller than one of Trump’s hands, but bigger than both ears on Jeff Sessions.
A MAZE ZING!
Devilish Smirk is a maze of word trails, peppered with pieces to a puzzle (without borders) framing the life I’ve lived.
I began writing when I realized all my pieces were out of place, and none of them had straight edges.
It was both liberating and frightening at the same time.
A few things you should know about Devilish Smirk
- Devilish Smirk is an expanding piñata of what I’ve witnessed, learned, and become since the day I was born.
- Unfortunately, that involves the U.S. Government and its toxic politics.
- Reading from the top-down is a reverse version of my evolution, but an evolution nonetheless.
- There’s no wrong place to start.
- It would behoove anyone who reads my shit to have an open mind.
- Here’s more of what to expect on Devilish Smirk.
Words are all any of us have. They matter.
The Little Engine That Did!
Being a writer requires an unwavering commitment to telling stories – your own, and others. There’s nothing easy about figuring out life, much less anything worth writing, but something changes after you start.
Writing enabled me to discover who I am at my core. Nobody can know you until you know yourself.
Avoid and ignore anyone who thinks they do. Those people are the most dangerous threat against our ability to coexist productively.
The ship sailed and sunk, but the train only left the station a minute ago and it’s not scheduled to stop.
I don’t know how I feel about that.
Without purpose, you have no business affecting the lives of others. Those who truly love you, will do so unconditionally.
Words matter more than ever.
Keep yours to yourself if you’re a habitual liar. Not everything stays locked in a closet.
Is that milk on the floor? Are those tears in your eyes?
When someone has no idea what others have been through (or only know a fraction of the details), that’s a great time to listen with an open mind, consider the possibilities, and think.
Like money, words don’t grow on trees. However, words form branches. Branches only go so far as they grow. Every branch sprouts from the same tree, and a single tree has many roots.
Nothing – and I mean nothing – in this country is what it seems. The sooner you start questioning what you believe to be true, the better off you’ll be.