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September 27, 2018

Photo courtesy of TeePublic

I didn’t report.
At age 11 my instinct told me to chain
The memories down to suppress any pain
That might find root in these episodes of horror
Had I dared to utter what I was forced to harbor.
Expel it all from mind so nothing’s there to hau...

June 30, 2018

Rows of copiers line the room,

each slightly different but all with the same purpose.

They didn’t begin this way.

Each copier began as something else,

but the persistent hammering and rewiring

has left thousands of copiers,

mass-produced and sent across the world

to do the on...

June 17, 2018

POETRY—How many more souls of innocence must be plucked / From the seats they occupied to learn, not to be slayed / By the sudden intrusion of bullets...

June 12, 2018

Photo courtesy of Teen Vogue

Lights strobe

bodies pulse to the heartbeat from the floor

blood humming to the tune

in your ear.

The noise startles you,

brain freeze,

bodies felled,


screams on mute,

The music commands “baile” but

you start to run,

while the bubble of safety...

May 18, 2018

POETRY- His heart, passion staining the walls,

These are his hopes and this is his fall.

This is misfortune and death, each set in the past,

This is how he is the last…

This is the story of a lonely man, an old and depressed man without a plan.

This is the story of the viva...

April 3, 2018

POETRY—She can scarf down meals of raw egg and meat / Or "trip" stomach-first onto hydrants out in the street. Her shaking, sweat-drenched fist is held...

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