for most of my life I locked a part of me away tucked in deep somewhere no one could find her. I wasn't ashamed of her I wanted to protect her. she had a tender side, a soft side that was full of kindness and light and she had all this hidden love to share … Continue reading Write your truth – day one
I released the title of my second poetry collection back in December, but kind of just dropped any word of it right after so I thought it was only right to write a little about it. Currently, It's not you (and other lies we tell) or "lies we tell" is it it's very early stages … Continue reading It’s not you (and other lies we tell)
we can see that the sky is on fire yet that won't stop us from dancing under the neon flames as embers fall beneath our feet, we're careful not to step on them and kick them back into the cold night air. we realize this may be our last time together but if the world … Continue reading
ghosts i never felt haunted by their presence. they've always treated me as an old friend. when i'm alone i find comfort in knowing that they are with me. wherever i lead they always follow.
feathers one by one i started to add to my collection. i found one on top of the stone wall along side the ocean. another i picked up off the cold city block on a deary day, my vision impaired by the thick gray fog - or perhaps salt stains from my tears. i borrowed … Continue reading
Throw back to when Amanda Lovelace, author-poetess of The Princess Saves Herself in this One had a 30-day poetry challenge posted on her Instagram, and day 30 was a "goodbye" poem. I wrote this waiting for my bus after an argument with a former lover, one of many we had. This poem ended up being one … Continue reading saying goodbye