This girl has been broken. She’s been beaten, and she believes That everything she is Should be locked away In a trophy cabinet of being ashamed. Her world has taught her To prepare for the worst So now she lives inside every What-if and maybe… I can see her worth But from her universe, she can’t.… Continue reading This Girl Is Broken
“It’s supposed to feel like this. It’s supposed to feel like the moon zoomed in, and the glow on our faces as we try all the ways…”
I’m on fire. And I’m cold. But it’s hot. And all I can think Is how… It’s… Like nothing I have ever Experienced before And the thrill Of being burned Kills me… Or it Chills me? You’re on fire. I’m close to the heat And it’s cold. Flame meet gasoline All we can do is… Burn.
SHOES Written & Directed by Sebastian Byrne Hamilton Fringe Festival 2016 @ The Meteor / 3-5 March So I saw Shoes at The Meteor last night, the debut production of both director/writer Sebastian Byrne and creative collective Gnarly Teapot. Let me start by saying that writing a play of any length is difficult at the… Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Shoes’ by Sebastian Byrne
(A performance poem) Today, I watched the video on Youtube of a woman justifying her right by birth to feel beautiful. She used phrases like “even though”, “in spite of”, and “despite everything” which brought tears to my eyes. I wanted to wrap my arms around her size and tell her that she is more… Continue reading 348 – Not Pretty Enough
You will love me. ‘Til then I’ll keep saying “goodbye” As if We both mean it.
I am my own Self-defense system I can’t help the jerk I am If it starts looking like I might get hurt