I know most of you reading this is curious to know what this blog post is all about, and what I’m crying about now. Well, today marks two years since I lost my dad. Yep… it’s one of those posts. The sad and sympathetic one. The one people probably tired of reading. I’ll admit, I’m […]Read More Two Year Anniversary
“Sweet sympathy i need your time Sweet sympathy give me sight Awake in me— borrowed eyes Awake in me— desperate lines Be thy comfort keep me alive Be thy comfort tell me a lie Oh— sweet sympathy where should I hide Oh— sweet sympathy keep me inside”Read More Sweet Sympathy
When life seems to pull open crane doors, and shower down pounds of despair I will reach with ache, and grab on to hope When life seems to push me into revolving doors, and cause stumbling misdirection I will gaze upon still waters, where there is no rafting When life seems to pack me into […]Read More Fight, Oh My Soul.
i lay sleep, sneaking silent waves of rest i heard a bang, my rest is trapped darkness piercing through every inch of my flesh i hear fear’s pulse beating in my ear, whispering horrific tensions grinning to my brain, anxiety floating at this moment, I felt the bed shift my heart skipped through the room […]Read More Lights Out
“Seasons change, mad things rearrange But it all stays the same like the love doctor Strange” – Lauryn Hill, “How Many Mics” Queen Lauryn may have been referring to the rap climate with these bars, but every-time I think about the season that I’m in, I always find myself humming these lyrics. They seem to […]Read More SEASONS
There has always been a house on your block that looked like no one lived there, but you come to realize that people actually did live there. In fact, you would spend most of your time at this house because you loved this family so much. Kamile was ashamed of where she lived, but she […]Read More The House Within [Short Story]
I lost my dad about six months ago to leukemia, a deadly cancer that has now claimed two of my family members. This was an extremely pivotal point in my life, but it seems as if nothing changed. To provide context, my dad was diagnosed with this cancer in January of 2017. This was the […]Read More Meet pain, gain hope