Confirmed-Rosemary is a culmination of all my literary triumphs. It includes crowd favorites like “God is a Girl” and girlhood poems like “Growing Pains”—old to new, each making history.
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Inspired by Rilke’s Letters To A Young Poet, Letters To A Young Poetess is the feminized and updated homage by Kiki Tom and Gabriella Calabia. Beginning a written correspondence upon being paired as mentor and mentee, the two delve into sharing thoughts, questions and feelings about writing and what it takes to share one’s voice.
Writing took me with open arms and accepted me for who I am.
If you ever feel too scared to grow and move on, just imagine the butterfly’s transformation process. From beginning to end.
Interested in taking a deep dive into one of my AMUSING personalities: Bluntness. I view the positive and negatives being a blunt person has had on my everyday life and interactions with people. This is a personal account. I didn’t intend to talk about this side of myself, but here I am sharing it with you…enjoy.
“Her, An Indian Girl” reaches out to girls who may feel low about their appearance or features. It teaches her to love how she looks and how she has been crafted.
All of us are beautiful. Our scars and fears should be valued as much as the parts we love. Since we are human all of us have imperfections and they are not something we should be embarrassed of but something we should love.
The story of a woman who is willing to ignore many things for her love.
A linguistic perspective of the popular superhero dilemma: If you were a superhero and could have any superpower, which would you choose?
What if someone took your place? How would they take over your world? Those were the two questions I had when I started this piece, questions I tried to answer.
If You’d Only Let Me In By Melanie Santiago Everyone tells Lucia she needs help, so she goes to an esteemed counseling center. Despite wanting to open up, the scars…
A short story about tears.
This piece is a series of vignettes that are able to either read as one or stand-alone. Each one carries an emotion that is specific to its content.
A piece that has been waiting too long to say what needed to be said, out loud and to the world. Regardless of everything that has happened this year, I’m happy to be alive!