That moment when you have to go but want to stay—so you decide you really don’t have to go at all.
Through the Hourglass: A Story Collection on Time
This piece addresses the duality of memory—how it can be beautiful but also hold us back from embracing the future.
This poem was originally rooted in the pandemic and quarantine, but evolved into a piece on introspection, rumination, and growth.
This is a goodbye letter to all the relationships that shaped me as a person.
During these times, I learned how important it is to find happiness in the small moments. Reflecting on life pre-pandemic, I was inspired to write about the little things in life that bring me joy.
This is a piece about how it feels to deal with the struggles that grief may bring. And about trying to move forward by taking one day at a time.
A collection of poems, letters and photographs detailing what it’s like to go through the five stages of human life—childhood, adolescence, adulthood, aging and death—from the perspective of a young girl.
This is a collection of haikus written between January 10 and January 23 that captures our combined experiences.
In Seventeen, I explore the ups and downs of being seventeen years old. From the pressure to be “perfect” to what I wish we had more of.
This is what I imagine my life to be like in 5 years. The future makes me nervous because anything can happen but I remain optimistic always.
“this is” is an answer to the question: “Where do you see yourself in ten years?” Just recently in history, women have the power to seize their opportunities and follow their dreams. This piece reflects on those dreams, and the future.
It is hard being a teenager in this day and age. Layla is constantly pestered with questions about what she wants to do with her life and is it going to make her money. However, she just wants the freedom to be happy in her career path.
In the newest iteration of “Sunrise,” I explore an acoustic arrangement featuring myself on keyboard and vocals.