Poem: The Mirror From Within

Is this really me facing the lucid glass? Reflections without Don't reflect within. Radiating smile. Jovial blue eyes. Unstained teeth. Don't show underneath. I let the world know My flesh is fine. Then I calmly hide While storms brew inside. But the show must go on. I play the lead role. Worship my image. Ignore... Continue Reading →

Poem: Misjudged Cry

A stranger walked by and wondered why I stared at the sky and began to cry. He patted me on the back and sobbed too. My friend. My friend. I am just like you! The world can be sad, cruel, and mean. I know exactly what you have seen. "Thanks," I replied. But these are... Continue Reading →

Poem: Life Is Full Of Emotions

Life is full of emotions--good and bad. Fear, anger, surprise, happiness and sad. Happy ants dance along weeping willows. Joyful birds carol in the gloomy night. Fearful bees buzz while the angry bears fight. Merry people laugh but sad tears fill pillows. Life is full of emotions--good and bad. Fear, anger, surprise, happiness and sad.... Continue Reading →

Poem: Humanity Will Overcome This Plague

This cruel plague bites quickly Faster than a scorpion stings. It vexes innocent victims airways Mountains of bitterness it brings. Could this be the end of days? Will our civilization venture anew? Might this hideous virus be stopped? My nervous friend, I wish I knew. But one thing I know is for certain The human... Continue Reading →

Transgender, Transethnicity, Transage?

The Indiana State Legislature recently advanced Senate Bill 344, which extended limited civil rights to lesbian and gay people in employment, housing, and public accommodations. However, the bill did exclude protections for transgender people. Some Kokomo Common Council members of Indiana were not happy with the state‚Äôs decision. One member publicly expressed his desire to... Continue Reading →

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