black lace 

—An excerpt from a much longer and more personal piece— But I let my guard down, this black lace cloak I use to shield my true emotions, the black lace veil that soaks up my tears, the same black lace elastic that covers my sexuality, the black lace negligé that I used to hypnotize these… Continue reading black lace 


lakes and loneliness (and that’s okay!)

Recently, I went on a camping trip with my family on Lake Whitney near Waco, TX. I say camping, but we really just stayed in an adorable little cabin near the lake. ANYWAY, this happened to be one of the first trips I had taken with just my family, no bringing friends or a significant… Continue reading lakes and loneliness (and that’s okay!)

colorado, mountains, and poems they inspired.

Over Spring Break, my large family and I packed up and drove all the way from Texas to Colorado; adding it up now, we spent about 72 hours in the car (Texas is too big). While this was not the first time I had been in Colorado, it was the first time I was able… Continue reading colorado, mountains, and poems they inspired.