Disclaimer: I received a copy of Trajelon in exchange for a review. While I attempt to keep my reviews as fair and unbiased as possible, it is important to note that I received this copy as a gift and read it in two sittings while traveling to/from Seattle while planning our upcoming move. Also, IContinue reading “Book Review: Trajelon By Alyssa Marie Bethancourt”
Cascadia We climb into the cloud forest–Sleepy trees draped in moss blanketsSlumbering to bird song lullabiesDreaming of snow covered melodiesMelting into symphonies of spring Thank you for taking the time to read this post! It first appeared on Twitter here.
I first wrote this poem in 2007 in my first semester of college. The draft was the first time someone in a collegiate academic setting told me I should consider being a professional poet. I’ve never succeeded in publishing it, but those words still encourage me. Listen to your friends – let them be theContinue reading “We Are Nothing – A Poem”
Dealing With The Past Others hold against you–Are hurt by and bring down wrathUpon your pain –Childhood never endingSwirling inside the mind drain;Decisions of survivalDuring exploration of the self–These ghosts will hauntUntil end of time–Their whispers paranoia sells.There is no such thingAs kindness or compassionNot even from the ones we loveWe will always be aloneButContinue reading “Dealing With The Past – a poem”