Poem: “Ditching The Burg”

I know when I’m rightI know when you’re wrongI didn’t know thenWhy did it take me this long?Well now that I knowI wanna hear that ur sorryFor shifting the blameOn my one man armyYou can’t say a thingNo u can’t change my mindThose days have been murderedNo switch to rewindI’m calling the shotsWhile the bar […]

The Temporary Crashing Halt

There are so many things I want to write about and express. Day after day there are constant triggers hitting me in the head more than ever. I was told by my therapist the last time I saw her (I still have to wait to see her until December but for reasons not having to […]

Recovery Road (A Self-Care Poem)

Walking down a street called Recovery Road Walking Twenty Four Seven with a heavy load No breaks, no sleep, but the street never ends He pushes on and on, but the road just extends He doesn’t want to stop because of how far he came I should clarify a bit. The road is his brain […]

“How Twitter Saved My Life” (Brand New Part)

It’s been a long time since I wrote and published those series of posts where I reflected on where I was in the beginning of 2018 and how much my life had changed for the better by the year’s end. A huge percentage…scratch that, the vast majority of that is credited to me rejoining twitter. […]