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I wrote a poem everyday for a month

April was National Poetry Month, and I celebrated by participating in Escapril! It is a writing challenge started by the poet Savannah Brown (who I love) and involved writing a poem based on a different prompt every single day. I’ve always loved poetry and admired poets, but I never really considered myself one. For a…

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South Point, Hawaii – an adventure around the Big Island

This was a somewhat crudely drawn sketch I put into my journal to document the path of that summer day. Looking over the cliff of South Point, the sunlight always sparkles in an unforgettable way. In the heat of summer afternoons on the edge of the world for miles to come, light is transformed into…

Journal archives: existential dread & hope

We all began as unwilling participants in the act of living. Whether or not your outlook on this ordeal has changed is of your own volition. I learned at a young age that the matter that makes us up was not created and also cannot be destroyed. Nonetheless, we were born in some fashion and,…