MILES OF SHIT PILES, FOR YOU by Moriah M. Mylod

Life is unbearable Then, it is not It’s like walking on sandpaper coping with the pain of emotions of every moment Waning on you, everyday Wearing away on you, everyday Into a person you hardly recognize, anymore Who are you? Existing on this plane, hollow inside You are not your feelings Overbearing, heavy or empty Does anyone live life restfully? If so, how? Is there anybody out-there? Let me tell you a story… There is a black dog Hanging around your house Gnawing, biting, growling, barking and stalking You It never leaves You Throw it a bone And it still … Continue reading MILES OF SHIT PILES, FOR YOU by Moriah M. Mylod

The Danger of Being Overwait by Keysha Whitaker

When I was in high school, I often thought: I can’t wait to graduate and go to college so I can start my life. By my third year in college, I thought: I can’t wait to graduate and get a job so I can start my life. In my first 9 – 5, I’d sit at my desk at lunch and think: I can’t wait until I get married so I can start my life.   I can’t wait until I get the job that I want.   I can’t wait until I get the car that I want. I … Continue reading The Danger of Being Overwait by Keysha Whitaker