Love in the Era of “Adulting”

Growing up my cousins and I had a special place at the back of my aunt and uncle’s suburban tract home. This magical room (for some unknown reason) was always called “Never-Never Land.” During every Thanksgiving, and Christmas, and Fourth of July that passed during the 1990s, the five of us young cousins escaped into … Continue reading Love in the Era of “Adulting”

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So we meet again, dear friend In this state of loneliness I hadn’t seen the signs I was approaching. Too often I felt secure along the way Until these moments, When reality sinks in   Here you are again, dear friend Either for me to ignore, or, (let’s be real), to welcome. To set up … Continue reading Untitled Poem