A poem about mortality.
A poem about finding sobriety and accepting the fact that one needs to take medication.
This is a poem about a boy's journey to adulthood.
a poem about comparing love to flowers.
a poem about diving into one's insanity while also discovering the answer to peace. tell me, do you know how the river flows?
A poem about an obsessive love. A mix of satire and real emotions in this one. I hope you enjoy it.
A poem about my day.
A poem about a partner's desire to do the impossible and become perfect for the other.
This poem was inspired by an actual experience I had lived. I had been struggling from a breakup, and I had reason to suspect that my former lover had moved on. I quickly went to relapse, but my friend gave it their all to prevent that from happening. Read to find out what decision I made.
A poem about a night I had. I was trying to encapsulate the embodiment of youth, and I believe the night I lived perfectly demonstrated it. I hope you enjoy it.
This is probably my most raw and intimate poem. I believe giving it a detailed summary would sully the reading experience, so I will refrain from a traditional summary. Enjoy.
Some lyrics I wrote along the melody of an artist, named AUGUST 08, called "What We Used To Be." The lyrics are all original, and they tell a scenario of the breakup of two former lovers.
A poem I wrote while coming to terms with my mortality. It details a lullaby that a person wishes their lover to sing to them. I hope you enjoy it.
A poem about love and loss.
A poem about forsaking the strong moral code you once had.
A poem about the nuances of dreams.
An autobiographical account of my fall from sobriety. I hope you enjoy it.
A poem about finding happiness in the midst of the mundane.
A poem I wrote in response to feelings of love returning after a time period of rejecting the emotion. I hope you enjoy.
A poem that compares a claw machine to unrequited love.
A poem I wrote in response to my feelings towards starting a new relationship whilst fears of future heartbreak runs rampant through my subconscious. I hope you enjoy.
After a long, rough patch in my life, I looked to the silent voice above me and had a one-sided conversation/rant with Him. I hope you enjoy my talk with God.
A poem about a race between me and my trauma.
A poem about the similarities between an old flame and a new flame.
I am taking a transition from strictly poetry to a more lyrical vibe. This one talks about my insecurities, yet it reminds the reader to continue to love yourself regardless.
This one is for the people who have experienced unrequited love.
A poem about the transitioning relationship between family and the child who has now become an adult.
A two-part poem focusing on bipolar disorder. First part deals with mania, and its downsides. The second part deals with the ugliness of depression.
A poem about the ending of my first love.
A Message to the New Generation: This is one for the lost kids Words That You'll Never Hear: This is one for those who fell in love with a friend.
A small rant sourced by my multiple rejections from literary magazines.
A philosophical poem about a person sitting alone at night, discussing various topics within his mind.
A poem about the mentality of the victim of a toxic relationship.
A poem about a person attempting to escape reality.
A poem about two strangers' time at a park.
A poem about a perfect life except one crucial component.
A poem about realizing your true sexuality.
A poem that highlights the process of healing from heartbreak
A rant and an update of where I am at mentally, of course written poetically.
A poem that tackles the significance of stars and the difficulties of falling in love again.
A poem about...well, a missed opportunity.
This is chapters one and two of the A Beautiful Moment story. Make sure to check out the prologue before reading!!
A Beautiful Moment is a story about a young man regaining his will to live. It will be posted in parts like this, so stay tuned for each installment. Much love.
A poem that discusses what falling in love for the first time feels like.
An old poem I wrote a couple months back that I believe still holds up. It focuses on confused, young "love."
A true story that defines the symbolic meaning of the semicolon.
A short story that follows a young man and a bird's respected paths of realizing that only they can define who they are.
A short story about a father and son told by the perspective of the moon.
A beautiful poem about insomnia
Three mini poems of me just messing around with the English language
A poem about a man being stood up on the first date.
a poem about a bad drug-induced experience.
A short story that follows a man and his thoughts during his last smoke session before rehab. TRIGGER WARNING: themes of depression and suicide are covered in this piece.
A creative nonfiction piece of an unlocked memory about me and my family at an amusement park.
a poem about a subconscious, traumatic event reappearing.
A short story that cannot be summarized, only experienced.
A dialogue between two lovers as they try to find a phrase better than "I love you."
a short story that asks the simple question: when faced with the end of the world, what truly matters?
a short poem about the struggles of a person trying to express their true selves amongst the suffocating social deterrents.
A powerful story that follows the thoughts of a person while they watch their popcorn cook.
A small, poetic story of a couple abandoning their mundane lives for a chance of something greater, beautiful, and, most importantly, new.
I wrote this poem based on an encounter I had had with a man suffering from mental illness. He was one of the sweetest people I've met. He taught me something that was very impactful, so I know I needed to share it. I truly hope you enjoy.