One Girl… One Love… where did it lead her?
The perfect relationship is a facade. Always. Even when you think you know exactly how the other person is feeling, there is always a secret. Sometimes, that secret is pain.
On losing a love.
a poem of aching candor narrating the varied, implicit forms of heartbreak.
A poem about witnesses who have kept their mouths shut.
This is an excerpt from a story about a girl’s process of learning to be independent and self-confident after the unexpected loss of her brother.
Things you never had can be yours. Things you had for a time can be yours again. Carve your way, pay the price.
High school friends have a surprise encounter in an airport, a few years after graduating.
Rosie is the best man at his brother’s wedding, who is getting married to a woman Rosie is unwittingly infatuated with for being so similar to their mother.
After five years apart, Aurora and Griffin’s lives collide again. Aurora can’t see past her anger, while Griffin spends his time hiding his past and trying to ignore his feelings for Aurora, which never left.
Like most stories about friendship, this one involves whale bones.
These poems speak to the intimacy of a single moment with another person.
”I know you say you love me; I don’t really feel it sometimes.”
This piece is about the two sides of love that many people shall experience in their life. Because no matter where you are, or who you may be, you’ll be able to relate to the emotions displayed in the story.
Love can be passionate, but it can also be destructive. The flames of this particular love burn out on the battlefield.