An abuse survivor’s short poem about the power words have to hurt us, heal us, and help us move forward.
“She is my Mother. She birthed me and gave me life. And I will birth her into the next one.”
“As I write this, I am crying again. I can almost feel his sweet breath against my cheek and feel his heart beating against my chest.”
An honest poem about self-doubt, leadership, humility, and the creative process.
Chelsea was stewing in anger and depression, thinking no one was on her side. This is how asking for help changed her life.
Growing up, Belinda thought being “strong” meant protecting her family from her emotions. Many years later, she realized who she really needed to protect.
An honest, vulnerable account of the journey from being trapped in jealousy, self-sabotage, and anger to discovering freedom, purpose, and love.
An emotive, vivid poem about breaking through inner walls of safety and, through catharsis, reaching a state of awakening, deep healing, and self-love.
Kendra thought recovering from bulimia would be the end of all her problems, but at the “end” of her journey, she found another beginning.
“My life has changed, yes, but I don’t see my chronic illness as a life sentence. It is just a new path of discovery.”