Pachamama, Did You Know?

Pachamama Did you know we’d be coming when they built here? Did you see our faces among the 2,500? Pachamama Did you whisper in their ears as they laid each stone Of how many eyes and cameras would press up against them? Pachamama Did you fill the soil with your song? Provide it the nutrients... Continue Reading →

You and I (SOL Day 23)

You don’t even know how beautiful you are Your heavy eyelids lift before the light touches Your dark crevices become highlighted with gold The secrets of the night before lie plainly on the floor I hear a soft whisper ignite and the rustle of movement I admire you from my place breathing in deeply I... Continue Reading →

Sit with It

Although this was written months ago, I have yet to publish its entirety online. This poem is incredibly special to me. It tells of the pain that comes along with transformation and the hope that you might feel in the midst of it all. For the live version of this poem, please visit my Youtube Channel... Continue Reading →

Reaching the Peak

We stood looking at the glacier as the clouds opened up layers of mountain flowing around trees, rocks, and grassland below Our guide asked us a simple question, one that felt bigger than it sounded From here, how does it seem to you- to reach the peak? I looked hard at that distant point I... Continue Reading →

A Poem to Women

My heart cries out to the women afraid to be women they don't claim their power certain the sword will slice them Or they hide their truth because it's easier because it would upset because then they'd have to explain it Or they put on a mask of a man, or another not willing to... Continue Reading →

Whole Inside

Have you ever lost someone not from your close circle not your immediate family but someone outside of the daily routine? Have you ever felt loss not as a constant dull pain but the kind you have to remind yourself about? like when you wake up to find out you cut your hair in the... Continue Reading →

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