Disclaimer, this post is lengthy, faith-based, and real. Addiction is everywhere. It glazes our cellphones, coats our video game controllers, tips our needles and caps our bottles. It's the timeless human phenomenon of progressive fixation on something until it takes you over. If there's still a you to be taken by the end, consider yourself … Continue reading Taking The ‘Shun’ Out Of Addiction
This poem is very dear to me. It's from a couple years back when I felt betrayed and undervalued by a very close friend or two. Although the emotions are far from happy ones, the story doesn't end there. However, I'll continue after the poem. IF HE HOLLERSWhat makes someone a ‘bro’?Is it that they’ll … Continue reading If He Hollers
I wrote this poem on the flight to Guatemala, headed to my first-ever mission trip! Even typing this up now brings back a wealth of great memories. I was so wired, I couldn't focus on anything, but sometimes writing is more like muscle memory for me. That being said, I only just now titled it. … Continue reading Flight Risk
Wrote this short limerick a few months back in a review about an awesome customer service representative who helped me online! She was quite personable and was thankful I indulged her in conversation while we waited for a program to install. I guess most people forget to to be people towards the workers of such … Continue reading Micro-Softened
I penned the following poem a few months ago. And by penned, I mean that I wrote random thoughts in a notebook and weeks later put half of them into a pseudo-order before setting it aside for awhile. I gave it the finishing touches this week. I apologize in advance for its length. Now on … Continue reading Scattered, a poem fresh off the press!
First blog posts are expected to be far from perfect, and it's getting late, so I won't disappoint. Let's get our feet wet with a poem from about a decade ago (middle school). Now, before assumptions are made about the meaning behind this brief piece, allow me to clarify that this in no way resembles … Continue reading Missed Opportunities (My Very First Post!)
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