A Lactose Free Poem for Your Birthday [Repost]
In honor of my sister’s birthday tomorrow, I thought I’d bring back this post. I originally posted it in 2015, back when we were sharing a room at our parents’ house, when I was just starting to post consistently on my blog, and when the world was really obsessed with infinity scarves. I thought about… Continue reading
For My Fellow Worms
While going through some of the old documents on my computer, I came across this little story. I think it was my hope that one day it would become a children’s book, but that never transpired, and now it’s just been sitting in folder oblivion for a few years, so I thought I would share… Continue reading
A Poem for All My Friends Still in Grad School
This one goes out to all the friends Who feel like their time in school will never end This one goes out to all the fighters Who still find themselves pulling weekly all-nighters . I know things are hectic and tiring and crazy I know weekdays are long and weeknights are hazy The end seems… Continue reading
A Lactose Free Poem for Your Birthday.
Today is my sister’s birthday And as a result, the poems be flowin’. This one is for you Shortstack. . Natalee my Natalee, I hope you like this rhyme from me You’re used to them by now I’d think So enjoy this one and down a drink Not too many though because I don’t like… Continue reading
Who They Say I Am
Tomorrow marks the first day of October. It’s a new month, a new season, the perfect time for a fresh start. That being said, I thought it was the perfect time to reintroduce myself to, well, myself. Get a little “Hello my name is _____” sticker action. To do so I thought I would consult… Continue reading
Ode to the Suck.
This is a poem about things I don’t like. It’s not about love or a trail you can hike. I’m diving in deep to the stuff that just sucks. Like spiders and 2 ton death wielding semi-trucks. I don’t know why I decided to rhyme Maybe I thought it’d add whimsy, turn a nickel to… Continue reading