Fusing intricate, yet gritty imagery and allusions to Greek mythology, “Adonis” is a reimagining of beauty as a birthright and burden of the first-gen gifted American kid as they reclaim their narrative with humanity.
i am suffocated in it.
Bex Foster has a secret: she can hear the voices of her dead parents. How will her friendships and relationships be altered by this secret?
This is a love letter, but not to a person. It’s about realizing that your childhood is gone and that the place you grew up in is changing forever.
‘My Saving Grace’ is about my dream of becoming a doctor as a high schooler during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A woman dining alone at a restaurant realizes memory doesn’t serve her justice.
Things you never had can be yours. Things you had for a time can be yours again. Carve your way, pay the price.
Even within a crowd, one can discover wings.
High school friends have a surprise encounter in an airport, a few years after graduating.
I was scrolling on social media and my eye caught a rather shocking headline. This poem is about the article I read and how very serious news is made palatable.
This began as my personal statement for my Common Application, but has transformed over time into a personal essay.
An immigrant anthem.
This is the first chapter of a longer science fiction work titled “Lotus Flower.” In the excerpt, the reader is introduced to a scientist and his life’s work.
This poem was written from the perspective of Sandy. The word “sandy” itself may spark memories of your own, but I will leave it to you, reader, to figure out who Sandy truly is.
A short story about what happens when dreamers give in to hopelessness and futility.