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Joshua Felsinger

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The World itself is the will to power - and nothing else! And you yourself are the will to power - and nothing else! - Friedrich Nietzsche

 

If you must write prose/poems | The words you use should be your own |Don't plagiarise or take "on loan"
'Cause there's always someone, somewhere | With a big nose, who knows |And who trips you up and laughs
When you fall  - Morrissey

 

I remember the final words, repeated at the end of each version like a secret command: 

"Thus the heroes fought, with tranquil heart and bloody sword. They were resigned to killing and dying" - Jose Luis Borges


 

Joshua Paul Felsinger is a fourth year english major currently studying at the University of California Santa Barbara. He grew up in a very small agricultural town outside of Bakersfield, California. Where the majority of the landscape [all of which is flat] is comprised of almond orchards and cotton fields. Joshua's step-father is the proprietor of several record shops within the Shafter/Bakersfield area which tends to explain his preoccupation with anything musical. Throughout his life he has had different interests but nearly all of them depend upon the linchpin of collecting, whether it was records, comics, japanese designer vinyl toys, catholic iconography, and so on. Other than these things he is also heavily interested in film, with a DVD collection near the 500 mark, countless boxes of vhs', and the memory of the first time he saw each movie. The sublimation of film has always outweighed his feelings for literature until attending college where the two modes finally reached an equilibrium of sorts.

 

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