Fear of Eating the Unknown.

Ahhh! Itchy stomach, sweaty palms, and a racing heart. "Fuck, I thought I checked the label." Trash goes the unknown food, crumpled in the dumpster. "I hate it, I hate it, I hate." I think to myself, as I try to navigate this crippled society of conveniences. Who does this really convenience? Me? You? No … Continue reading Fear of Eating the Unknown.

It’s Been a While

Since I sat down and breathedA Very Deep Breath.The kind of breath That fills up a room Inside your Deep chest. A breath that relinquishes All other breathsTo nothingness. Breathe in And feel your soul,Warming, Tingling,Deep sensation. Those are your lungsFilling up with this sweet,Victorious, Renewing Air. Do not forget who you areOr where you … Continue reading It’s Been a While

The Season of the White Butterfly

Hail the Northern Winds that Blow, Dust the sidewalk with your pollen snow. Inside the minds of everything that travels, Spring Rebirth, Morning Revival. Allow the light to cast my shadow, Cast my shadow against the hardened earth. Signs singing of sweet revival, Revival of the Fair Maiden Earth. Watch the white butterflies Flow through … Continue reading The Season of the White Butterfly

The Sorrow of Food Elimination Diets

I have suffered for most of my life with extreme gastrointestinal distress, swollen appendages, migraines, muscle pain, joint pain, and chronic inflammation. Now, mind you.. not all the time. I had what I called "Flare-Ups" once I eliminated gluten from my diet. Whenever I would deal with really bad gluten contamination, like accidentally eating a … Continue reading The Sorrow of Food Elimination Diets

How All My Naps Have Drifted Far, Far Away (and completely out of my reach)

When I crawled into bed And relished in my clean sheets, I swear I was comfortable. I was there, laying in the dark Feeling mighty fine with myself, But then I realized... I couldn't sleep. I swear I was comfortable. I took off my shoes And threw myself back With a big, content sigh. I … Continue reading How All My Naps Have Drifted Far, Far Away (and completely out of my reach)