Poetry prompt from @nick.olah.poetry Background picture by Resul Mentes on Unsplash
Author: Taylor Carr
You Can’t Change the Hard
We never want anything to be hard for the people we love. But for the most part, we can’t control, change, or fix any of it. We can just be there, in the mud with them, encouraging them to use the greatest superpower they have, which is to share. Then, when we validate, relate, and share ourselves, that’s what creates the magic. That’s what turns alone into together.
Mom, What Happens When You Die?
I don’t want to die she said. I could see the emotion rise from her throat and flood into her eyes. I know I said. I don’t know what happens, cutie. No one really does. Some people believe you go to a place called heaven. Some people think you get reincarnated and can come back … Continue reading Mom, What Happens When You Die?
Crawling through a Window
The past two weeks have been trumunchulous. I know that isn’t a word, but often times feelings are hard to translate. Sickness took us down…hard. I’ve become a creamy bowl of sadness soup. It’s ok though. For some reason I like to stay in this space for as long as I can when it’s available. … Continue reading Crawling through a Window
Keep On, Keeping On?
i used to think the universe was trying to test me trying to see if I could handle it all as it continued to pile on more and more things stressors and anxiety at an incredible rate all at the same time. but after a lot of “tests” and what felt like a lot of … Continue reading Keep On, Keeping On?
Sadness and Happiness
To truly experience and express the duality of our emotions, it to truly experience and express life. 📸 Mehmet Turgut Kirkgoz on Unsplash