What is forever? Time stretching out in every direction, like the tides and the waves, never-ending. A poem about the feeling of eternity.
Ever feel like you’re going it alone? It’s intense. It’s overwhelming. The good news is that you’re very much not, if you choose to see it that way.
No matter how much we try to create order and lines, life throws curves. It’s better to embrace the switchbacks, the climbing, and the swerving.
Is there any truth in an apology? Or, how do we continue to convey that truth and honesty? Say sorry, but only if you mean it.
Being selfish is usually frowned upon as one of the worst things a person can be. But aren’t we all selfish, all the time?
This story about a wall is not political. It’s not exactly physical. It’s personal. Is the wall a barrier, opportunity, or even real?
We spend so much time wondering whether we’re made the right choice. But what if that was never an option in the first place?
There are many kinds of coffee, but only two are acceptable: the good kind, and the shit kind. A poem celebrating a special brew.
Boston may be known for cold winters, but when it turns to spring, it’s just magic. Happy Patriot’s Day, Beantown. Go outside and enjoy it.