essays

Light of light, Part I

By On May 13, 2014

ॐ about an 8 minute read ॐ You haven’t heard much from me lately because I’ve been tip-toeing around these funky questions: Do I share too much? Not enough? Is it the right… Read More

poetry

Watching the ocean breathe

By On March 24, 2014

I’m watching the ocean breathe Its own ecosystem we rarely see I’m listening to the shore react Holding it in my throat The ocean swirls up and around cleansing my mind Dedication… Read More

travel blog

Inhale the good shit, exhale the bullshit

By On March 12, 2014

I’m not sure at the moment. There’s no fixed agenda, there are more options than ever. I could go here or there. Do this or that. I’ve never had so much freedom,… Read More

poetry

A balanced throw

By On January 22, 2014

People talk My father still to this day chooses to be in pain I often wonder how he remains alive And why He’s only intoxicating He’s not giving What are his underlying… Read More

poetry

The road to comfort is crowded

By On January 6, 2014

I went to the Secret Life of Walter Mitty, thought hard about my secret life My eyes flooded with tears during scenes in Greenland, Iceland, the Himalayas, and again at the end—… Read More

extraordinary people

The future belongs to the artists

By On December 31, 2013

I’ve never considered myself an artist. Yet, I know the future belongs to them. I excelled in school. Yet, being good at school is a fine skill if you intend to do… Read More

extraordinary people

Your life will change

By On December 18, 2013

The Denver Egotist is currently running a series entitled “On My First Day of Advertising.” The publication wanted to finish the year on a local high note. They asked some of the… Read More

travel blog

Over-sharing, that’s not honesty

By On December 9, 2013

I have been disconnected from Facebook for over a week now and I already notice a difference. I feel more space in my capacity – to give more genuine attention to my boyfriend… Read More