For anyone who wasn’t already aware, I am worth immersing in. And for those who don’t recognize, Who try to drown me In their detached, weary, disheartening, Sonofabitch of a reality, Immerse in me. And run your fingertips through my soul, So that you … Continue reading Immerse.
I thought I was hearing voices. Perhaps I didn’t drink enough water, or the heat was getting to my head. My eyes panned the forest, as I listened in silence to the trees that whispered my name. Doubting my own sanity, I scrutinized the treetops … Continue reading The Road Less Traveled By
At the age of five, I was sexually assaulted by my grandfather. I lied. This was a lie I told when I was only five years old and had little to no knowledge about the dangers of the world. Lying about sexual assault is never … Continue reading The Lie.
The brain is a seed. A seed requires plenty of attention, and needs to be watered, fed, nurtured, and raised. Teaching can be compared to planting a seed, except it is planted in the child’s mind rather than the Earth. If you want to grow a beautiful, strong, and healthy … Continue reading To Teach is to Plant.
She was a disfigured woman who had lost her sense of sight, smell, and taste. Day by day, she endured excruciating pain from tumors that burrowed in her sinuses. Her eye was blown completely out of its socket. Her name was Chantal Sébire. She suffered … Continue reading Dancing with Death
Latinas have been held to a double standard that restricts them of maximizing their opportunities and achieving more. Gender inequality is extremely prominent in areas across the United States as well as in Latin American Countries. There are countless issues that must be addressed, … Continue reading Gender Disparity.