The Sake of The Master

For the sake of her mind she tried to not look. But she did stare, it’s true, she wasn’t looking at all. She starred to the thunder which hit her to burning alive! She was, oh, she was so much more alive than she ever was. She’s been playing with the fire of Hell, she was mastering them all, she’s been never confused by any flame, all the fire was her own slave and each flame was felt by her inside her body, inside her mind, her hands leading those all flames to the storm. And oh, the storm, the storm she was always scared of, she’s been the master of them all, indeed, never did she ever felt so real. And she was winning this battle again, oh, the bettle between her and The Hell. And the  burning fire of the storm, the lightning rain, the heavy desert of them all –

And she’s been praying, praying in her way, for her mind to never fall asleep, for her mind to never stop the beat. But she’s been doing this over and over again, until she found The Real Hell. And the real fire that she found, oh, she now knows there’s so much more than she ever knew. And she’s up to playing again, again, and over again, never ending; she is learning to play with The Fire of The Real Hell. And the Real Flames, and The Real Terror, The Real Thunder, The Horror. For the sake of her mind, she wished she could stop – but she once felt her thunder, and she won’t let it go – it’s been her: the master of them all.

And the future, oh, the future burning burning life.


About allebsart-alexandrabucur

Creativity is in all sorts of fields and I am trying my best to show that even the academic sphere can be made interesting and that social sciences can be understood by everyone, regardless of their background! In my opinion, we, social scientists, abuse the use of jargon and referencing. Our core aim should be making everyone understand ‘what we are on about’, and yet academia forces students to deprive themselves of originality and take for granted that a social scientist must always refer to past-theories and if one would think different, refer to other theories in order to contradict the first. But this is not always the case, is it? I will disagree with a theory through my own seeing of the reality, there is no reference but me for that! Societies change at such a fast rate and sources of research have changed since the 1800s, so then, if I may ask, why be bound to always refer to such past dates? I have written a full article here (click) as well and I will always argue that “The reality begins where we state facts of individuals living through a given period, where individuals of a society confirm the theory”. This website is supposed to showcase creative sociology, with articles written for everyone to grasp, topics that are intriguing, and conclusions that may defy the common belief. Don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions, requirements for topics to be covered, or any help in understanding social processes. [Note] allebsart does not share its work, workload, or meaning with anyone or any other business. [/Note]
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2 Responses to The Sake of The Master

  1. frauenlieben says:

    Lots of people are experiencing terror in war zones. It must be hell.

    Liked by 1 person

    • allebsart says:

      Yes. I completely agree, I admire your thought about that! Although I meant to let this text as a deep metaphor.


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