Familiarity Principle

You and I have met before a different face, another name, but this familiarity I cannot ignore And even though we ended badly the love I felt I long to feel, and I… Continue reading

Rosy Colored Memories

I had an idea in my head about what love was supposed to be Love would be kind and patient. Love would arrive gently and I would greet love with open arms knowing… Continue reading

Chasing Butterflies

  There is a moment of my childhood that I keep going back to, a moment that I’m not entirely sure ever did happen or was just the product of a 6-year-old’s imagination.… Continue reading

The In-Between

I can’t remember if I’ve taken this picture of the sunrise or the sunset. In all honesty it didn’t matter, for to me they both signify moments of in-between; in between hellos and goodbyes,… Continue reading


In the same way the smoke had floated in the room leaving traces of its presence, our faded eyes lingered on each other with shameless curiosity as residue. And I’m not sure if… Continue reading

Moving On

Did you ever notice how the seats on the bus that face the opposite direction of motion can only allow you to see the images a bit later than the forward facing seats?… Continue reading

unraveling thread. (my anxiety)

  I really feel uncomfortable posting this, and of course, it makes sense… that’s part of the symptoms of social anxiety. I’m afraid of judgement. I’m afraid of how I would be perceived,… Continue reading

In This World I Became…

  I remember my mother telling me to choose who I was in this world wisely. So I pointed to the moon. “I know you love the moon my darling, and you’re drawn… Continue reading

His Red Wine

He opened you up like a bottle of wine to taste your spirit and explore your soul, and in day-light he abandoned you to the shadows; half empty and never whole. Then came… Continue reading

Love with Whiskey

Shove me against the wall and kiss me till I forget yeah I like the whiskey with a little taste of regret You want to feel my love but boy I’ve had too… Continue reading