I have been frustrated for a long time.
As long as I can remember, in fact.
In my youth, I listened to angry music to feel something.
In my early 20s, I rebelled against the politics of the evangelical conservatism I was raised in.
In my 30s, I was too tired to remember what I was frustrated by, but it was there underneath the surface and in the music I listened to with my headphones in the garage on Saturdays when I had a few minutes to myself.
Now I’m in my 40s, and the frustration is out in the open, where I wear it plainly. Continue reading Art in a time of darkness