The following poem discusses the dangers of Darwinism if it is taken too far: How social Darwinism promotes eugenics. This poem is not meant to be taken literally. It was also inspired by Langston Hughes’ poem, “Cultural Exchange”.
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.
A poem about art and the human condition.
Just how much of our lives can we claimAs our own amidst the histories named,Which people across space and timeBear witness to the thingsThat happen to us and those we […]
Girded with the Sash of Knowledge,Decorated by the power to use itTo rescue whomever she chooses,My muse is amazed and amusedBy the spirit of her followers that drives themTo ardently […]
A poem that directly confronts the ideological core of Anti-Semitism, and its foul absurdity.
A poem about unity and community and patriotism.
What does it mean to be happy?