Walking through the woods, I admire the changing leaves on the aspen trees. It looks like fall but feels like summer. I take off my sweater and look at the view that’s similar to the moon. Wide open space with very little human life equates to the feeling of being on another planet. The leavesContinue reading “Autumn Leaves in Later Summer”
Thousands of feet up in the air, I’m trapped in this metal tube. I feel dizzy and I’m not spinning. Overheated from the lack of air circulation. Head throbbing that will eventually turn into a migraine after I land. I close my eyes and the spinning becomes faster. Minutes move along like hours. I can’tContinue reading “Motion Sickness on a Flight”
Last week, I watched a live stream on Instagram. A teenage girl named Lilia Buckingham was crying because of the hate she received after tweeting how she’s worried about writing a screenplay because she doesn’t know how she would fund the movie. People came after her for tweeting this because from how it looks throughContinue reading “Internet Trolls & Hateful Critiques”
The scariest thing about taking a risk is jumping off the cliff. You’re not sure if you will know how to fly as you say goodbye. The view is beautiful but also leaves you in a state of shock. It’s only when you jump, will you know you will fly farther than you’ll fall. Continue reading “Before You Fly”
Lower left side of my mouth, right if I’m staring into a mirror. It’s all in my head, it only aches when I’m out of ideas. When I’m writing, reading, watching tv, or eating, there’s no pain. None. As if I’m in a bad dream. But I’m awake because I canContinue reading “Toothache”
This poem is about recognizing the bad habits you have and making a conscious effort to change them.