A New Day

Day one. I awakened light hearted, but anxious. I felt alone at first, and longed for the false security I burned away the eve before. I tussled with my fears and sat in bed thinking how much work this transition would actually require (key word thinking; wrong way to start a day). I imagined all…Read more »

Really, What in the World?

Hurricanes wreaking havoc, floods displacing families, bodies engulfed in water. People across the globe without access to basic medicines and disease prevention, or proper nourishment. Bodies being trafficked as commodities for capitalist consumerist’s gluttony. People of color being erased, excluded, restricted, regulated, enforced, subjugated and denigrated. Systems of hierarchies separating people by class, women carrying…Read more »