Thank you Ciara Bravo for portraying Emma so well and giving me and many others a voice that we never will. You used entertainment to show a beautifully authentic look at what it means to battle Anorexia. I cannot help but cry when I hear the declarations and struggles of this character because I know they are ones
No, I had wanted to be strong. I wasn’t going to cry and beg him to stay. I thought he’d never see battle, no blood, not even a scratch. And I’d let him go and think he was a hero. But he’ll be back by Christmas and tell embellished war stories until the day he dies.
Jane looked at her hands they were turning blue but nothing was present but numbness. She plunged her hands into the dirt of the orchard but then… Read more “Searching For One More Moment”
I’m kneeling there at what appears to be a prisoner of war camp. Everywhere my eyes wander there are people dying; but one matters more as my… Read more “Things Aren’t Always As They Seem”
The following piece is an ekphrastic poem about the artwork. enjoy-Myn K. Standing tall as one can see Don’t worry, you’re safe with me Fake as one… Read more “They are just as real as you and me”
A sonnet on what has become of a women who spent her life as a stripper and is now past her prime
Another day dawns and brings another tale
Darkness settles and his story changes again