look at you, your bones are hollowing out skin crumpling like wet cardboard sallow yellow veins stale running on evaporated waste where is the zest … Continue reading lemonade stand (a poem)
sister, she wrote they are coming for you run hide save yourself. but I was not going to flee to do that would be to scatter the leaves of the trees whose seeds I have sown this school these girls fierce and strong flowers but not yet in bloom a field of two hundred million… Continue reading autumn: a poem for Qiu Jin, Chinese poet, feminist, revolutionary, & martyr
Do you experience exhaustion, hopelessness, or irritation on a regular basis? Do you regularly find yourself wanting to murder everyone around you at school/work? Do you have the overwhelming urge to just sleep for eternity? If so, you might be a victim of burnout and/or chronic stress. Stressed? Me? Never! As much as we all… Continue reading 5 Easy Tips to Beat Burnout & Stress
Every teenager’s favourite question is “What do you want to be when you grow up?” And by favourite, I mean absolute least favourite. For many adolescents- including me, groan- this headache-inducing questions remains unanswered. In a world where there are countless of different paths to take, it is virtually impossible to decide which ones to… Continue reading What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?