the mornings i’m tired of waiting for

7:14 AM [the mornings i’m tired of waiting for] I can smell the coffee in the kitchen brewing, an odd warmth swells in me, even though my tongue curls in disgust. I can hear him shifting downstairs, his hand fumbling around for a spatula in the drawer to the left of the oven, his otherContinue reading “the mornings i’m tired of waiting for”

get to know the author – FAQs

Over on my Instagram I asked for my followers to go ahead and ask me anything. These are their questions and my more in-depth answers. How many books do you have written and do you have a favorite one? Before I took my books off the market, I had two full collections and two smallContinue reading “get to know the author – FAQs”

Poems to Read Based on Your Favorite Tarot Cards

I went around and asked my fellow witches what their favorite tarot cards were. A few mentioned were crowd favorites, like Strength and The Sun, whereas others said they really liked the Queen of Cups and the Chariot. I took a few of them, went to my bookshelf, and picked out poems I felt wentContinue reading “Poems to Read Based on Your Favorite Tarot Cards”

the gods died making this creation

First published in the Horizon Literary Magazine and recently read for my Tiktok. the gods died making this creation, i say. look at the way the sun bleeds  on the curves of this earth. you don’t think she lost something  when she gave birth to the universe?  every rising and setting hour  she tells theContinue reading “the gods died making this creation”

Em(body)ment of Wonder – book review

Em(body)ment of Wonder by Tanya Sangpun Thamkruphat retraces the difficulties life presents and shares with us a series of lessons. The back of the book reads “Life is full of forks in the road… But the heart is salient-a compass pointing not north, but onward,” and I feel it describes the pieces inside perfectly. AsContinue reading “Em(body)ment of Wonder – book review”

to the girl whose soul has been taken back to Mexico

To The Girl Whose Soul Has Been Taken Back To Mexico//To The Girl Who Was My Friend//To Myra// It’s been two years since you’ve been gone.That orange shirt used to be my favorite,I can’t even hold it between my fingerswithout thinking of you. My hands shake everytimeI try to stay steady for a winged eyeliner.TheContinue reading “to the girl whose soul has been taken back to Mexico”

Chameleon Skin – book review

Chameleon Skin by Breanne Weber is a collection of poetry talking about the darkness of depression and the monochrome perspective that comes with it, and how with healing comes the bright and vibrant colours of love. This is the first book I’ve read by Breanne Weber, and I kind of have some mixed feelings. I’llContinue reading “Chameleon Skin – book review”