Bus Ride Home The sunlight tickled my left eyebrow, as I lay my heavy head deeper into the fur hood of my winter coat. It was almost as if the golden light was grazing my face with its fingertips, causing me to wince and sneeze a little. Allergies. I sense the middle-aged woman behind me […]Read more
People in masks Konni Kim Faces are covered, but they don’t warn each other Of what is to come, they just simply become Unattached from the bone, the chorus is telling Us to come home, but the night is so young and it ‘s safer out here, it’s divided by fear But when people are […]Read more
There do need to be some changes in my life. I mean doing things I actually love. Simply put, doing less of the meaningless things and more of what I find meaning in. I used to think ‘changes’ meant transforming my environment. Getting rid of exterior things like people that didn’t really serve much purpose […]Read more
It’s great to be back. There are certain periods in people’s lives where they realize that they are powerful, or weak, deserving, or under-qualified. Maybe there comes a time when you make your first ‘big break’, or your second and third, and maybe it all becomes boring. There will also be months where you feel […]Read more
A.K.A. why I haven’t been around here for a while, guys. Sorry!Read more
Nuance can be everything, or it can be nothing. Easily put, I’d rather have my word choices be grammatically incorrect than essentially insufficient.
Secondly, I don’t love dictionaries and never have.
You’re the person I am forced to live each day for, the name I’m choked up to my throat with when I fail to be diligent, the face that I pray will hold a prettier, more confident smile, the winner’s smile; the type that can ‘light up a whole room’ instead of be judged by boys that won’t even remember my name.Read more