I’m Small Enough Already (Poetry)

A couple weeks ago I was having these wild nightmares. All kinds of things that didn’t make any sense were showing up in my head and then they stopped suddenly, But the dreams I’ve been having still are just as strange, less scary than anything else, but the content within is still reminiscent, you know?

It’s like they’re trying to be nightmares, but they are afraid of scaring themselves.


2019.2.6- I'm Small Enough Already


 

Thank you for stopping by to read some of my poetry. If you enjoyed this, I hope you’ll take some time and read some of my older work as well. I’d love it!

Have you ever had dreams that freak you out, even if they aren’t specifically nightmares? Tell me about it below. ❤

2019.1.30- Jittery

Jittery (Poetry)

I released this last week, I’ve been really inspired by Aesop Rock lately. The way he uses words and internal rhyme just floors me, every song the dude has released has my jaw on the ground. I really took inspiration from that when I was writing jittery, it captured a lot of how I’ve been feeling. Nervous for the future and uncertain about what’s to come.

2019.1.9- in case you needed a reminder

In Case You Needed a Reminder (Poetry)

I think we all struggle with what we go through. I hope you take this and remember that you are not alone. I hope you know there are people out there who love you and want for you to succeed even more than you do.

2019.1.2- Ophidiophobic

Ophidiophobic (Poetry)

This was the first poem I’d released in 2019 and coming off of the high of Mean for the Holidays + the Christmas season I was so excited to release it, to be honest, it’s one of my favorite poems I think I’ve ever written.


I’ll be uploading the next part of Bad Rituals tomorrow! Make sure you’re around to check it out. If you want to keep up with me outside of the blog, you can check out the website to see what else I’m working on, or follow me on social media + keep up with me that way. Either way, I’m happy you’re here.

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