Category Archives: light
The cancer of hate cannot be cured by the razing of monuments or the National Guard. Its legacy envelopes our pure and precious babies, infects institutions and poisons the rivers of love that nourish souls. The vitriolic vocabulary of hate … Continue reading
Through neon noise and simmering static. Fragments of images splashing on the screen, signals crossed and split amongst summer storm clouds, yet a harbinger of hope appears, calling us to action. Carry on the good fight you heroes and heroines. … Continue reading
A repost from 1 year ago.* This poem was inspired by the recent Pulse Nightclub tragedy in Orlando, Florida, a town I grew up in and live near today. Like millions of others around the world I have so many … Continue reading
Day 21 of National Poetry Month.
DAY 16 of National Poetry Month A haiku about a boy who has my heart.
Poem #10 for National Poetry Month.
Poem #4 for National Poetry Month In response to the prompt “Hell in the Holy Land”