Her eyes soaked with a hidden blue of faking the nonsense she spewed. Her stomach ached with a hidden blue so she laid in a bed of regret The sun came in and she hid under blankets. Scared of emotions the next day brought. After all alone is nothing new when you are hidden in blue. She painted her doors and windows blue… waiting for someone to change her point of view. She waited as the clocked ticked, but no one came through. There is no one for someone hidden in blue.
I haven’t blogged for a really long time. Mostly, I just reblog. One, because I have nothing important to say and two, because piecing words together takes time. Words mean something, and when they are sewn together, they create either something magical or something that can hurt. In the case of…
Welcome, Welcome to episode 8 of the Simply Put Podcast!
The duo welcome Jay Ramos to the discussion! The new Gotham TV Series hit the internet and Jim Gordon & crew set the tone for the newly picked up series on Fox. The time traveling, space thriller from Christopher Nolan,…
Welcome, Welcome to another review edition of the Simply Put Podcast!
Officially starting off the summer movie season, the Amazing Spider-Man 2 came out to theathers this past weekend. Directed by Marc Webb and an amazing cast featuring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane Dehaan, Sally Fields and many more.
Our webslinging duo of Micki Angeles and Fred Niones tackle this red and blue wall crawler superhero on his second adventure in the film world.