Tag Archives: Nihilism

Weltschmerz

Weltschmerz (from the German, meaning world-pain or world-weariness) is a term coined by the German author & philosopher, Jean Paul Sartre. It denotes marrow-deep melancholy and unwarranted anxiety, better put the pervasive state of sadness & sentimental pessimism about all the wrongs … Continue reading

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Renewal.

Treading water through the fathomless seas of survival; we caught the waves, the foretellers of revival. The warships of distress & the shipwrecks of agony, heralded of shores at the verge of serendipity.

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The Perpetual Ennui

Life strikes me as the disruptive camouflage I can’t untangle. It seems to be the cavernous, unfathomable course I cannot wend my way on, anywhere. Perhaps, I have still to figure out how to quieten down the vulnerable nihilist inside … Continue reading

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