The Character Behind the Quill
My real name is Christopher Denq, but most people refer to me by my pen name, Christopher Mus.
I am life’s student, but a high school victim.
Poetry and creative writing are my outlets for the drama of teenage angst and the inanity of public high school education. I’m also a novice fashioneer, eccentric philocalist, and great admirer of art and imagination. This website is divided into three sections: one that focuses mainly on my literary facet, which is warped more with gothic pessimism and philosophical rubbish than anything else; one that focuses on my artistic facet, which is a giant mess of a color for my mind does like to wander; and one that focuses on my style facet, which is my “classy” clothing choice. :]
History is revolutionary indeed–at the level of amazingness most would attribute to nano-biology or nuclear physics instead. There’s a sort of contentment intrinsic in noticing the same exact fashion patterns or art movements consistent throughout… well, forever. History both beckons me to cut new jungle paths with dull butter knives and paradoxically comforts me, for it reminds me that no matter how daring you are with your art, there’s always that avant-garde baker-musician who’s used bread crumbs to crinkle melodies.
I’d love high school English just as much, were it not as strictly logical and mundane as writing essays produced under the same cookie-cutter formula.
My favorite color is pink. I act tough in front of mirrors while listening to Eminem rap, fanboy over One Direction’s newest (and always the best!) song, and fall into deep nostalgia to Owl City’s electronic synthpop. I run cross-country and track just so I can come home and eat 12 donuts without gaining any net weight. And most importantly,
I speak softly but dream loudly.
So who is the character behind the quill, you ask?
Have look around my website. I’m sure you’ll get your answer then.