By Jerica Wortham,Jerica Wortham
JERICA D. WORTHAM IS A TULSA, okay local WITH a world SPIRIT. SHE started WRITING, AND acting HER POETRY AT a really younger AGE, AND HAS a capability TO CAPTIVATE AUDIENCES of varied BACKGROUNDS. INSPIRING AND idea frightening JERICA WILL TAKE YOU ON A trip via A brain AS appealing because it IS unusual. NAVIGATING via LIFE'S demanding situations POETICALLY, she is going to go away YOU inspired to beat your personal demanding situations WITH BOLDNESS AND DETERMINATION.
By Pamela Moorehead Msc.D
There are moments while attitudes and feelings, even if confident or destructive, deliver freedom, like a caterpillar laying off its cocoon to turn into a stunning butterfly; Moorehead’s poetry is pushed by way of the necessity to exhibit those life-altering, energizing moments.
There is a pressure in my center for humanity
We converse with our tongues as how view insanity
Turn round and the activities aren't noble gestures
Violence intercourse medicines and alcohol are our pleasures
Somehow mankind can't get it together
Now i will not say that i'm perfect
The issues I realized as a toddler in our time
Was really worthy it
If we have now turn into sincere approximately loving
Bullying from each perpetrator
would fall apart into not anything …
By D. L. Arber
Currently residing in Colorado after time spent turning out to be up in Illinois, NYC and l. a., D. L. Arber’s “Light, house and the Seasons” stocks with the reader many examples of his eclectic paintings as generated during the last few years.
By Mickey Deegan
By Sahyog Shishodia
of poems with international essence. those usually are not simply poems yet expressions of internal self of human heart.. those are churning emotions , found in each person, looking a widow of light for a glimpse of this global to get famous. sure, there's a poet inside of we all, ultimate silent, watching for a sparkle of inspiration.
By Martha Amore,Lucian Childs
In those pages we see the panoply of LGBTQ existence in Alaska this present day, from the quotidian city adventures of a family—shopping, going out, working—to intimate encounters with Alaska’s breathtaking common good looks. At a time of significant swap and significant strides in LGBTQ civil rights, Building Fires within the Snow indicates us an Alaska that shatters stereotypes and divulges a facet of Alaska that’s been little visible until eventually now.