Learning to Love My Body

“What’s wrong with your arm?!” -multiple people asking about my left elbow, which is wonky because of breaking it when I was three. “You’re pretty, but you look Ethiopian because you’re so skinny.” -my high school band director, who loved to comment on students’ appearances and make racist comments. “I would love to have that … Continue reading Learning to Love My Body

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White Colours

The golden hues and raging reds fill the skies before they’re dead. A vast blank page left laying out for everyone to see in doubt. When light seems bright but life seems gone, remember to look at the dawn, where the hidden growth shines deep below the snow, and the brown and orange give way to … Continue reading White Colours