Category: Writing

To Dust You Will Return

He stepped over cabbages and carrot sprouts, beet roots and celery stalks,
only once coming up short and
plunging his heel into
a head of lettuce.

The Curse of Chronology

Put hammer to the watch and hourglass;
Be rid of seconds, minutes, hours, days!


“Goodbye. With Love, Maria,” it read. Far too few words to fill the gaping hole in their home.

How to get over a Heartbreak

Let me preface this by saying that I know how you feel at this very moment.

I Still Write About you Sometimes

Someone asked me if I missed you.

The Call of the Void: Obsessive-Compulsive disorder

My fingers gripped the handle of the infamously stubborn door and ripped it open.


The beans of sunlight behind my back hide the contents of the small screen.


The corset dug into my skin, leaving bruises next to the ones that had finally healed.

#NotJustWhiteWomen: Domestic Abuse of Rich White Women vs. Low-Income Women of Color

In Othello, Desdemona, Bianca, and Emilia highlight the differences between the treatment of the rich, white women who face abuse and low-income women of color who face abuse, both in Shakespearean times and in the movements in society right now.

Captain’s Son

Running down a slope two lads could be seen from the scope held by Captain Rindheld.