Confessional piece written in 2019. Left largely unedited.
The first piece published on the Existential Dabbling blog, this commentary narrates my most severe mental breakdown and combats misconceptions about depression.
A poem inspired by Sylvia Plath written for a high school English class that I’ve revised over the years.
Early reflections on Plato’s dialogues (Ion, Shorter Hippias, Laches, Symposium, Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo). Edited to add gender-inclusive pronouns and correct a few misused words. In the interest of keeping this old and rather basic analysis intact, I have not corrected any of the misinterpretations of the texts I may have made at the time.