prowling the plainssharpening your clawson the bones of your preyroaring just to hear yourselfslashing the air into ribbonsthat haunt the fields from border to borderbecause this is your territorygritty, fine, messythis dirt between clawsis homefinds its way into your coat of ironpart of you, as muchas your killer call:to hunt the inferiorexalt your alpha namesatiate… Continue reading Lion
to everyone I ever loved, am loving, will love you know how it iswhen your heart is full to burstingstretched, waitingfor a time to pour out everything inside ityou know how it iswhen words bubble up into your throatticklish, expectantfor a time to float out awayinto the worldthat's how i feel when i want to… Continue reading how to say: I Love You
Another thing I did for English class---a poem project. My choice was to write five poems, each using the five senses, inspired by the house I am about to move out of. I decided to create a Google Sites for it, so the anthology has its own little home. I've lived in this house for… Continue reading Home – Poem Anthology
Another poem I wrote for English class --- slightly about the pains of growing up.
Fibonacci Monster: Finale. A young ensign battles a monster on an unexplored planet to save her life and the ship she’s pledged her loyalty to. (FINALE)
I wrote this for English class, emulating the style of Linda Hogan's "Innocence". There is nothing more free...
A Fibonacci Monster document. Meant to be read between part 5 and the finale.
A young ensign battles a monster on an unexplored planet to save her life and the ship she’s pledged her loyalty to. (PART FIVE)
A young ensign battles a monster on an unexplored planet to save her life and the ship she’s pledged her loyalty to. (PART FOUR)
Darkness claimed me once, but God broke the chains. "She is mine," my God says. He sent his Son to bear my shame, my guilt, my brokenness, and he has set me free. I am free.