tethered to fear
like mimosa leaves
a prayer, a plea.
thoughts on a leash
pinned to the ground
with spines coiled… 10 more words
After the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, “President” Trump planted himself in a very precarious position. When he spoke about the events to the press right after the death of Heather Heyer and the injury to 19 others, he said “we condemn in the strongest possible terms, the egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence—on many sides. 532 more words
Who am I?
This question has torn at my soul for the majority of my life. As early as I can recall understanding the notions of gender expression, identity and sexual orientation, I have been plagued with confusion regarding where I belong in this world. 694 more words
Seventy years since the survivors’ of Auschwitz were liberated, I was watching a tv documentary where six of them recounted their stories of survival and the terrible aftermath they’ve endured, of nightmares and tragedies. 190 more words
As true and relevant today (maybe more) https://youtu.be/V_pg-DKBeZ0