Color is not important when describing our skins of the human race. But the shade and insignia of the rainbow is important for our vision ahead so we can see the world in front of our face. The contrast among the people is our individuality and what makes culture special. There’s no reason to beContinue reading “Inspirational Poetry: The Colors of Culture”
Not even death could tear her dreams apart…
The nighttime moon gives us hope…
We try to ignore the urgency of heartache, ignoring its warnings when we move about our lives…
I’ve been doing some more drawing with alcohol markers to create illustrations to pair with my poetry. It definitely is a medium that I am beginning to enjoy and I’ve always wanted to add art to go with my poems. This project, “Meet Me,” – the artwork actually came first which inspired my short littleContinue reading ““Meet Me.” Original Poetry & Illustration”
. I feel like so many people need to hear it, as sometimes, we can get hung up on trying to be perfect, when in fact – it is impossible to reach perfection- we should be happy just being who we are – we are perfect just the way we were made.
As humans, we have so many storms and life lessons that we experience, and it is what makes us stronger.
I’ve been continuing to learn how to use alcohol markers and draw with them. I really love how bright and brilliant the colors are. For my next collection of poems, I plan on putting both artwork and poetry into it and I hope to have it published in color. I needed to get back toContinue reading “Poetry & Artwork: Bidding Adieu at Sunset”
Inner beauty – it should be what everyone sees.
“Our once blessed nation now lays upon the cross being crucified, but who is carrying the blood on their hands…? Our entire earthly planet is being infected with a contagious virus that disables our ability to breathe, speak and separates us from those that we love… But who unleashed the horror that spreads rapidly throughoutContinue reading “A Poem for Our World: Who?”