accidentally awake.

the warm blue skies beckoned. the dry earth teased. and the buds who knew better stretched timidly. too early it seemed, and yet – with each reach their sleepiness abated. shyly peaking, then blushing – in raspberries, lavenders, pinks, shimmering whites. dressed up yellows. colors skirting the streets, accidentally awake before they should be. Advertisements

poetry slam.

turkey, panera, patty melts, havarti, rye, avocado, paninis, potbelly, cucumbers, sprouts, grilled cheese… i think just about any sandwich or sandwich/salad spot is a treat. what can i say, i’m easily pleased! so you’d think i’d love peanut butter and jelly, easily pleased = pbj. but it just doesn’t do it for me… i may … More poetry slam.

selected works.

    let me tell you about a kid Let me tell you about a kid, almost two years of age Who claims the remarkable skill of screaming to express his rage Let me tell you about a kid, who stands almost 3 feet tall Who can do more destruction Than a construction wrecking ball … More selected works.

missing a moment.

  missing a moment If I blink, I miss a special moment That I can’t rewind Or look back at. When I blink I miss my sister at her Choir concert. I miss everything for that One little blink. When I blink It’s like being stuck in a box And I can’t get out. When … More missing a moment.

sister for sale.

dear joseph, i know what you’re going through… i am also the oldest in my family and 22 years ago i was the same age as you. i was eight years old and so excited for the new baby in the family. i already had a brother. when he was the new baby and i … More sister for sale.