The metaphor of drowning is used to explore a loved one’s secrecy.
An external view of the attitudes and actions of the American Dream.
A portrait painted in jazz.
The profound reflection of a victim of rape.
A convicting poem that traces the origins of “a girl’s best friend.”
A pitiful Christmas tree is transformed into an object of pride.
If we could choose not to be born, would we?
A delicate and poignant lament for a world in need of peace.
An abstract look at misunderstood loners who are frozen in time by our school yearbooks.
A dialogue in prose poetry.