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The Seers

The quote “Those who can’t do, teach,” is referring to Projectors. Its not that we can’t do.We can do better than anyone.Its just that we don’t have to,Not anymore. “Those who can’t see, do.” A

My Top Personal 2020 Quotes

I went through all of my social media and blog posts from 2020 to remember all the moments and insights that meant the most to me then, signified a personal shift, or just sounded dang beautiful. I started at 1, at the beginning of this year. When I hit March I cried. As I read […]

Wandering the French Quarter

I took a Lyft to the Museum of Death. There was a lot of death there for sure.. I was especially intrigued by Dr. Death, otherwise known as, Jack Kevorkian. His art reminded me of Alex Gray’s art. Although there are no mentions on Gray’s website of Kevorkian, I’d be surprised if there wasn’t some […]

Siren’s Song | Poem

This poem started in one place and I was quickly taken to another. Thank you for going on this journey with me. This poem began as a working through of my sexual desires and how those often misconstrued by those I engage with sexually. It was my desire to express how rough, surprising, and group […]

Rune | Poem

Sometimes I’m surprised by the words that come out of me. I’ve said as recently as a week ago that I don’t like to rhyme in my poetry and the universe said “oh really?” So here I am, sharing a rhyming poem with you! I giggled through most of it, completely flabbergasted that I was […]

Weathervane |Poem

This poem was inspired by a dream that I had the night of December 15th 2020. I was in a faraway place where passion, taste, talent, and uniqueness were all anyone cared about. Thank you @ericgodsey for inspiring me to write a #dreampoem because this is one of my coolest ones yet! The sky spins […]

Who’s Life Are You Living?

“Life is a series of lessons waiting to be learned through experiments. You’re either the rat inside the maze being shocked, or the mind inside the rat observing the rat inside the maze being shocked. Awareness is key. You have to be observant enough to learn the lessons of your life, but unattached enough to […]

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