This piece reflects on the artists perception of his own reality; Being trapped in a beautiful abyss of student debt and financial struggle, which not even death can release him. The sharp, jagged rocks that seem to go on forever downwards, suffocate any hope of ever escaping. The dream of a brighter future waning on the fragmented light of the same obstacles that imprison him. For what once was thought to be an escape from this place was actually that which brought you here in the first place. Up is down, down is up. Hope is a prison in a place you can't escape. Anger is like a torch that burns from both ends. It will destroy everything around it and it will destroy the one whom cannot let go of it. However, the most difficult path leads to the most beautiful places. This art piece is supposed to be an olive branch, acknowledging the atrocities the United States and Japan enacted upon one another in the past while stating that we are capable of being great friends as well.
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Carroll earned his medical degree and completed an internal medicine residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He evaluates and treats all general Endocrine disorders with a focus on disease of the pituitary and adrenal glands as well as thyroid disease. He strives to ensure that all his patients understand their condition, resulting in treatments better suited to each individual and patients who are more satisfied with their care. The comments are submitted by patients or their caregivers and reflect their views and opinions. Learn more about our survey. Skip to main content. Breadcrumb Home Find a Doctor. Email this page Print this page.