As many of us have been inside for a while, with the exception of work and a few other necessities, I know there are quite a few of you who miss the outdoors. So rather than give you an old poem of mine I wrote in grade six that starts out something like "bunnies frolic…Read more Poetry Place–Outdoors Again, Sort Of
So about that poem I just posted yesterday—if you haven’t read it, check it out here before reading this. I don't usually do posts like this, but I feel an explanation and understanding is due. This is it.
So, I promised you something today. It’s National Poetry Month and this poem holds a whole lot of meaning for me.
A year ago, I was a senior in high school preparing to stare down the mouth of my final month of high school. Talk about mixed feelings. I was excited, I mean graduation was a BIG deal. The day we had been looking forward to since forever was finally catching up with us... My class…Read more How to define Senior Year
If you read my blog post on Friday, then you know what today is: Today is the day to share more writing with you. This month is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and I wanted to share poem I wrote in my AP Literature class during my senior year. This was in response of support to…Read more A Lesson Learned
Last week I talked a lot about what this month means to people, from Poetry to Autism Awareness. Though both of these are very important, if you live on a college campus or have been affected by this kind of situation, you may also know that this month raises perception to one more thing— Sexual…Read more Break the Silence
Welcome to April, one of my favorite months of the year for many reasons— Spring, a month closer to summer, my birthday… More than that though, the month of April means a lot of things to a lot of people, including National Poetry Month, Autism Awareness Month, and for all students on the quarter system,…Read more Autism Awareness Month