A short prayer, inspired by Gerard Manley Hopkins’ poem “God’s Grandeur”.
Familial relationships are tricky, messy, and sometimes toxic. This poem explores the idea of a child leaving an abusive household.
A worship song for the trials. A reminder to remain faithful.
This is a direct response to recognizing the influence my childhood, and all that it entails, has had on my character, desires, and expectations.
This poem aims at portraying the mental battle of anorexia.
Oh Lord May healing come Bind my wounds Wash my rags Make me new Oh my God I don’t… Read more Healing Come
It’s made a liar out of you, A coward out of me, When you’re ready for the truth, Meet me… Read more Drunk-Sick Blues
This is a song of regret and loss.
I hope to view a hard topic with a lens of empathy, looking beyond stigma.
I have toiled in this land, But all my years added up Have collected just hard hands, tears, sweat, and… Read more Under The Sun