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.
I am the Lure to you Lore
Earth is often referred to as Mother Earth. I wanted to explore this idea: how “Mother” Earth would sound speaking to humankind about the atrocities inflicted on her. The use of repetitions appealed to me.
Dear You By Julia Mercado Dear You, You are the one who never washed your hair, wore the same sweater every day and smiled wide with blue braces. You are…
This poem was inspired by the March 9 workshop “Think Like an Elite Athlete.” It explores the game Technopocalypse and its attempt to rid our addiction to technology.
Welcome to a podcast about the poem “Melancholy” written by mentee Elaine Ng and her mentor Jennifer Bacon! This poem is about the impact of COVID-19 on Elaine’s experiences as a high schooler.
This is a podcast segment discussing the reasons why there is a mental health crisis in schools.
This poem exemplifies how human greed destroys the planet, and the beings that have nothing to do with humans’ actions are the ones who suffer.
I discuss my devotion to and fascination with neuroscience while comparing it to religion.
Human Rights Is A Global Issue, U.S. Take Note
South Korea needs to improve human rights policies for anti-discrimination laws and cleaner air. The U.S. needs to take notice.
This poem explores the interpersonal and intrapersonal dialogue of someone being harassed on the street.
This poem is a climate-change activism piece that follows mother nature’s crystalized tears as they pelt down on Earth, causing a blackout in a hospital where a guilt-ridden man awaits death.
The Inheritance of Hate
A short poem from the thoughts of a Black girl
The Eldritch Crown, an Excerpt
This is a taste of the very beginning of my characters’ journey, and I hope you enjoy it.
As a kid, I always covered my hands under layers of oversized and long-sleeved shirts, making sure that they were hidden from the gaze of the world.
A World of Glass
I’ve always had glasses, to me it offers me separation, protection in a world full of chaos and injustices. This is a poem about overcoming vulnerabilities, seeing the unfiltered world, and molding a better world.