A blind boy contemplates the arrival of his newborn sibling without favor based off the whispered experiences of a school bully.
I did not know of the Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award until I was kindly nominated by Adam from Dad Does Autism. Now I am beyond happy to be able to share the love with fellow writers.
I love being able to express my views and thoughts on a diverse range of topics poetically, so I am happy to share that my poem, Arranged Marriage, has been published over at Free Verse Revolution!
It has been a while since I have been on the receiving end of the multiple awards that circle the blogging community, but I am delighted to be included in the Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award and share the love with other bloggers.
I love finding and exploring new places on the web so nothing brings me greater joy then to have had three of my poems; Greed, Hecate, and Benevolence, accepted for publication over at The Short of It!
When children are told not to cry and stop crying before they are ready, feeling an unconscious need to obey their parents, some of their feelings are left clenched up inside them. This can lead to depression or anger.
I loved this month's writing prompt, illusion, over at Free Verse Revolution, so I was thrilled when my poem, Imagine, was accepted for publication!