Screams in the Vacant Earth
Poetry that moves, tingles, and constricts its reader into feelings they thought they had buried.
I’m a writer of all sorts. One of my sorts is poetry. For a full collection of all 30+ published Medium poems, this is your spot.
What to do When You Find Yourself In-Between
It sounds so harmless and light, to be in-between—it does not showcase the stretch and tear of its entirety.
Our Bodies on a Snowy Night
These nights belong as trademarks on our backs like sentimental cards.
Treatment for the Dead Thing in Your Yard
When something dies in your yard, use the magical power of necromancy to bring shame to your neighbors.
A Lover Like a Storm
You roll in unexpected making me wet and sweat for the chaos you’ll bring.
What the Wind Told Me
When you stand alone at the edge of a field and road, do you hear the wild wind calling you home?
I Dream of Nights
Where do your dreams take you once darkness clasps you by the hand and leads you into its kingdom?
We Do Smoke; How Bout You
Reflecting on the smoke filled days of youth that led to more absurdity then written about in your books of philosophy.
Have you ever been the type to walk among birds when the stars have died and the sun and moon have gone out?
Winter Loves; Summer Secrets
A love that happens in winter freezes, stays solid in ways that summer crushes only wish they could.
What it Takes to Love
Whether monogamous, open, or poly, there’s only one clear way to love.
Young Like Me
Take a step back into the skin of your youth and remember what it was like to be immortal.
Terror in my Bones
A few words on anxiety, depression, and the ever increasing weight of living a modern life.
What I Am
Many people have come to make me what I am, but the most important ones were all girls.
Our bodies holds us, cradle our eternal beings, and all they ask is that we remember to remember them.
Five poems stripped from my heart and laid out on your bed like tomorrow’s wrinkled clothes.
The Girl Who Walks Behind(The Girl From Ipanema)
For the girls who love boys with broken hearts.
To all the deer, doe, and faun on the side of the road at night—whether literal or metaphorical—this poem is for you.
People Who Write
Being a writer isn’t hard because writing is hard, it’s hard because you can’t turn off the power to sense the things…
Has someone ever walked by and made you feel like you want to abandon everything to start a love affair with them?
Poetry is like really good jazz you hear when calling the power company. It reminds you that you’re not the only one
A Love Between Friends
A poem about the confusing bliss of falling in love with a friend.
All the things we imagine in our dreams often feel closer then they really are.