Curvy Wars is a training plan to help motivate me to wear my back brace for the hours required. I wear a brace for scoliosis and have been for four years.
Class of 2022
Letter from Home
A poem reflecting on the relationship between Earth and humans.
Growth spurts, while necessary, tend come with unavoidable growth pains. These pains—these fragments of limbo—make our eventual transformation all the more delectable.
This is a poem about environmental justice that adopts the voice of the Earth or Mother Nature and aims to bring awareness to how our actions can have a negative impact on our climate.
A reading of the poem Nebula, accompanied by the art of Flow.
Nighttime routine in disguise as love poem
A poem about washing my face, and watching someone else wash their face, and being a hopeless romantic.
In a world where speech is heavily monitored, Hannan is left reeling after spotting her former friend at a protest. She attempts to tell her sister, wary of who might be listening.
A short story I wrote about one of my favorite memories from summer that blurred into my favorite dreams.
By the Waterfront
WNYC Transmitter Park is a staple afternoon park for many, located at the bank of the East River. When observing the park and Greenpoint overall, I realize just how much it’s changed.
Don’t Water Dead Flowers
This is a piece, derived from my own experience, about the difficulty of letting people go. It was written in hopes of reaching an audience that, too, have experienced this and helping them move on.
A combination of photos taken this spring, as I prepared to graduate high school, along with poems attempting to capture a range of emotions I’ve struggled to articulate.
A sketch piece from a story that takes place in cyberpunk Andalus.
Life Improvement Inc.
In a dystopian future America, the third great depression drives a desperate teenager to an unconventional job interview for the mysterious company, Life Improvement Inc. And what she finds out about the company is…unexpected.
Call Me Crazy
A parody of “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen.
A Warm Place
A story about barnyard animals who used to be friends.