Avocados Outlived by the fruit flies hovering as it ripens. Watermelon A field of drums-- born from sun and soil. Strawberries Hearts rolled in sugar to mask the bitterness inside. Tomato Thin skin somehow keeps the red from spilling out.
Tag: writing prompts
We are born in litters of hundreds, taken home in loving manicured hands. These polish-tipped mothers situate us together criss-cross applesauce. We are just like our mothers, different colors, shapes, and sizes. We are strong like them-- rarely breaking, always bending. Sometimes we are lost, and like them we spend time alone. We are always … Continue reading Bobby Pins
All of the following are writings/musings/prompt work/scribbles straight out of my poetry workshop journal. These are unedited, rough, messy, and sometimes dumb. I just thought you all would like a glimpse into how my brain works when I don't have the luxury of the backspace key. I've tried to recreate the whole page for you, … Continue reading Workshop Scraps