Abortion. This word stirs up a lot of feelings in today's conversations. What does it mean to be pro-life? What does it mean to be pro-choice. Everything you've ever thought about these two schools of thought could be wrong. Actually, I think they are. In America, abortion is legal per regulation by state. Despite what … Continue reading Pro-Life or Pro-Choice
I find myself repeating everything. In and out. In and out. In and out. I'm in and out and lifeless, but I can't give up what I see in this. I get up and have no passion. I get up and can't even see myself. I get up and realized I've lost this and I … Continue reading A poem: circles
This topic is very sensitive and very controversial in today's world. It's one of the most debated topics in my friend group apart from climate change and other egalitarian beliefs. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, queer, asexual, and any other label that falls under this spectrum passes through the lips of politicians, churchgoers, common people, and … Continue reading LGBTQ+
When you look at me, what do you see? Am I Christian, Muslim, LGBT? Do I talk like you and do I share the same carbon footprint? Are we the same or are we different? Is there anything about me that's offensive? Because of our difference, does that make me less than human? It seems … Continue reading A Poem: Neighbors
When you look at me, what do you see? Do you see the reality that I'm not who I want to be? Do you see the epitome of self-deficiency? Are you worried or are you angry? I'm not who I used to be. I'm a different person. I'm new and I'm different and I'm young … Continue reading A Poem: Gatherers
I've come to believe in a lot of things. Happiness seems to feel farther than it seems. I've realized Spirituality has become a place of acceptance but religiosity has lost its focus. It's evident that things must change, but maybe I'm the one who needs to change. I contemplate thoughts in my head. Am I … Continue reading A Poem: ?
They say I'll lose my salvation. They say I'll hate the church. They say I'll walk away from the one who truly loved me first. Quite frankly I have a swimming mind and it seems like these people are promoting religious homicide. I just want to be me and be happy and I'm pushed away … Continue reading A Poem: Corners