Lonelier in Company

this small coffin of isolation recycles my every breath into air as fresh as that found in an open meadow in early spring yet it is darker than nothingness itself, and my movement is restricted by the coffin walls that hide me away, craving light i break free and dig my way to the surface... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Anxiety Girl

Anxiety Girl by Lacey London 2017. 224 pages. Series: Anxiety Girl, Book 1 Genre: Contemporary, Mental Health Awareness Final Rating: 4 out of 5 stars   Summary:  One in four people will be affected by mental health issues at some point in their lives, but it couldn’t happen to you, could it? Sadie Valentine is... Continue Reading →

The Guy That Liked the Deftones

The guy that likes the Deftones. That used to be his name. He’d come into my music store We’d spend awhile discussing the latest musical lore. He dressed like Jonathan Davis. His eyes were ashy gray. I always asked when I started my shift “Has the guy that likes the Deftones stopped by today?" His... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Words That Kill

Words That Kill by Vivid Vega. 2017. 120 pages. Genre: Poetry Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars Summary: Words That Kill is a collection of poetry about one's breaking point. Vega's poetry centers on rhyme scheme. Themes included are depression, anxiety, abuse, body dysmorphic disorder, hope, and love. The collection is split into three chapters,... Continue Reading →

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