It's Mental Health Awareness Month. Here's a poem about the value of human life, written many years ago when I was in a very dark place. The goal of this work is to discourage suicide and address clinical depression.
A short story of 850 words, and an excerpt from a future book.
This poem was inspired by the works and styles of Charles Bukowski.
A poem about the deeper meaning of human life.
A poem about loneliness and hope that is perhaps my most important one so far.
A poem about the line between healthy belief and radicalism, regardless of faith.
The sweetest serenades Are soothing songs sung, Successfully swaying The searching soul With simple sonnets Of sincerest serenity And selfless succor. Sorrows switch to smiles, As the sublime snatches Snuggling […]
Perception is the prism Through which experiences Are imprinted as memories. It is the Window of Vision That emerges from the narrow void Of nothingness as a guiding light For […]
Passion is a forceful surge of energy That bursts forth from childish wonder, The spectacle of awe That binds us with radiant rapture Whenever we cross paths With the purpose […]