He was a tall drink of water, perhaps not one you'd care to consume but lets just say I had my fill. I met him halfway through my sophomore year of college when my on again -off again girlfriend and I were officially off again. I was bored, lonely and I guess you could say depressed but that wasn't something we admitted to or reveled in as openly as we do now. I drank and partied way too much for my workload and found myself a guest at some of the gnarliest shindigs in Baltim
I suppose nothing says you were meant to be here quite like being born on a holiday. Some people like to make huge deals about turning another year older but what if that huge deal has already been made for you or more specifically is expected of you? I was born on the third most commercially successful holiday, Valentines day. And to make that day even more sticky, plastic, sweet and even less significant for me personally, on my 4th birthday my mom married my stepdad. When
In honor of National Poetry Month, I present the first installment of a series I like to call Front Story + Backstory where I share an original piece of poetry with you and conclude with a backstory on it's inspiration.
First up is "Body Braille", a story of love and self harm
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