Please know that I’ve stood in front of mirrors and hated my body.
“What happened to your head?” I ask.
He will love my fire—and my intensity, he will watch me like a forest fire and smile for he understand that I need that to create change.
Do not come to lap water at my feet, if you do not intend to build a home inside the walls of my heart.
We can never lose someone by being our true self.
I’m going to sit here and wait for a quiet love to walk straight in my door.
I thought that when I told him
he’d jump in his car and race to see me
but he didn’t
he barely wrote me back.
We live in a world where a sociopath is elected president. Where homophobes and racists and sexists and bigots still operate from a place of fear in their hearts.
It’s time to rage, and it’s time to be brave.
I am sick of pining over men who don’t deserve the light of me.