This poem addresses the stigma surrounding mental illness.
A song about forgetting your troubles for a night.
This is a plea to love one another.
The horrendous actions and ideals of “White Nationalists” should be wholly condemned. This nation can not afford to ignore racism, blatant or subtle, any longer.
In the words of Martin Luther King Jr, “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.”
Let us pray for peace, empathy, and justice.
It was hard to accept I had a mental illness, and for a very long time I tried to ignore all of the warnings my body was screaming at me. Believing I had an incurable disorder was scary, but if I did not finally accept that I would probably not be here. It may have been scary but I am alive, I am recovering. It is getting better.
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.