Man In The Mirror

I knew my past Would haunt me in the future When I took a long look in the mirror I saw someone neither dead nor alive Simply hovering, at best, over a plane not yet understood Both the angels and demons tugged at his soul for ownership But he budged not Quietly contemplating the oddities […]

Dry Heaving Seasick Lullabies

My poetry is for sailors and captains with troubled thoughts the nooses and broken stools with self esteems to match the rainbows, the puzzles and the misfits in between the native, the foreigner and border crossing dreams the misconstrued woman who raises her children alone and the father who leaves his home to serve his […]

I Don’t Know When To Quit (And Neither Should You)

I don’t know when to quit i just live wake up and smell plastic burning thats from all of you blowing up my Facebook Twitter, and WordPress having such a following is nothing short of a blessing and a miracle considering how bad I am with people but I don’t care DGAF I love who […]

Autism Awareness Month Post Twenty-One: I Do It For My Family, My Autistic Family

Each day I come in and don my white apron smile, and polite greetings I step to the demons and grit my broken teeth leave them seething each day I make change empty powder-covered trays and laugh at Mary’s favorite team and their horrible receivers I step to the establishment and stab them in the […]

Autism Awareness Month Post Two: The Puzzle Piece Is Derogatory

The puzzle piece is the most derogatory symbol you could give us as if we are broken as if we need a place and as if we are different stop treating us as if we’re a completely different race preach awareness until your lungs bleed but our strengths you never will see knowledge without wisdom […]