It’s okay Not to be okay Cry if you need No matter your gender We all have feelings Which is the most thing that makes you human.
They said that the eyes Are the view to the soul So, when you can No longer look at me Eye to eye I know you are hiding Something from me Like that you feel This relationship between us Wasn’t meant to be Alex
In The Water When in the water Your body is weightless And painless A time to think Through the fog Of today’s life Like giving yourself A second chance To in a fresh path Alex
Sound is everywhere From traffic To birds singing Their sweet song To the people talking To listen And to hear isn't the same When you listen You get to make a connection Giving that sound A meaning Making that sound No longer unknown Alex
Caregiving is not a job for everyone, and why is it you might ask? I had a caregiver pretty much since I was born. Here are my thoughts on the movie The Fundamentals of Caregiving. Ben is a retired writer whose life is falling apart after losing all he had, and his wife just gave … Continue reading My Thoughts On The Fundamentals of Caregiving Movie
Ever since I learned my ABC's, I wrote, and I don’t think I can ever stop writing. I write when I’m happy to remember the good moments, I write when I’m sad to help lift myself up again. Since the introvert in me isn’t great at vocalizing my feelings. However, writing is a little bit … Continue reading Cerebral Palsy and Writing
The kind of pain That goes unseen Like world demands you To hide it Under the carpet Ignore it As if it doesn’t matter Making you feel as if You don’t matter Alex
In a small town Everyone knows everyone A whole family Lives on the same street The church bells Wakes you up With their melody It’s a place where You put down Roots Start a family And live your everyday life Alex
I’m excited and scared to show you guys what I’ve been working on in the last few months. I’m currently writing my next book, which is a novel in verse. So, I figured what best way to poetry month then giving a taste of what to out for next from me. When it all started … Continue reading What I’m writing…
For nearly half of my life I don’t know What internet was I think I was The only kid in my class That didn’t have at home Because we just couldn’t afford it When things got better at home And this new world opened up Right in front of my eyes And let me tell … Continue reading How Did I Live?