Sea fills the air. Salt and sand, Blue and grey and white, Silver pearls, Waves and whirls. And I am full of sea breezes. I wrote this poem dreaming of Prince Edward Island. My father actually first said the phrase “full of sea breezes” to me, but I quickly adopted it as my own andContinue reading “On the Island”
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What I’m Reading Right Now: January
Hello and welcome to 2020! With the start of the new year, I wanted to dive right in with some bookish content and start a monthly post sharing what I’m reading. I’m notorious for reading multiple books at a time and after finishing a bunch of books before Christmas I went on a bit ofContinue reading “What I’m Reading Right Now: January”
I want to lay Down in the piles Of leaves To feel the soil Slowly consume The part of me That’s already rotten. This was a poem I wrote at the end of October and posted on Instagram. Posting here for posterity.