Tick, tick- Two years since I knew something wasn't right, I knew- just not what. I thought I deserved it. Deserved what? What was wrong? Two years since I cried, I cried, I cried until my sadness, my hatred turned to sheer emptiness- a void (where a whole heart should have been). You were my… Continue reading Tick, tick (the unspoken)
A poem based on Daily Post’s prompt ‘candid’, centric around my own personal feelings about candid photographs
Mental Health. An aspect of health slowly being spoken about more and more (thank goodness). We truly are getting somewhere with the stigma around mental health, but that seems to exclude many aspects of mental health. Although there still a huge stigma around them, people are gradually understanding depression, anxiety, even suicide, but there's one… Continue reading The harm of ‘diagnosing’ Trump (end the stigma around personality disorders)
As an avid reader, I'm always on the look out for new books to read and I am totally open to new authors and genres. I've found having this blog (entitled 'Stories Can Make Us Fly'- can you tell I love literature?) has opened so many doors for me into finding new authors and reading… Continue reading Storyland by Bryan W Alaspa (BLOG TOUR)
Lost, scared, Nobody's there, All this traumas I cannot share. Pent up in a room Too small for my mind Why do I ache when my heart is just kind? Surrounded by people But loneliness prevails I don't want to know what the future entails. I don't want to know The future. The future Is… Continue reading Lost – A Poem by Lauren Curr
Warning: This post contains mentions of real emotions. REAL EMOTIONS. Beware. Hello lovely humans! So, I've got to say, this week really has not been the best. Heck, it seems like it's been the worst. Just one bad thing after another. But I have been trying to turn that around in any way I can; working through it,… Continue reading Little things, big hearts.
Happy National Poetry day! Today is a day that I hold dearly in my heart, as it celebrates my one true love. Many people do not appreciate the power and the beauty of written word, but I think there is nothing more important; For enjoyment; To have your voice; To hear the voice of others.… Continue reading National Poetry Day!