I wrote this poem for Mother’s Day in 2019. Always loved and never forgotten.
This is a spoken word poem about the effects of emotional abuse on both the child and their relationship with their parent as they get older.
This spoken word poem encourages us to consider our favorite colors in nature and asks us to think about whether the picture we see today will be the same in the future. Can we save the colors of our earth?
This poem won me first place in my local poetry slam. It was my second spoken word poem I performed in front of an audience.
A spoken word poem about racism based on an experience I had in the supermarket.
A spoken word poem about perspectives on life.
This spoken word poem is about equality in today’s society.
This is a spoken word piece I wrote about loving ourselves as we are.
I was always the shy kid who had trouble speaking in front of the class. So, I challenged myself to try spoken word. This was my first ever performance. I was shaking like a leaf. If you notice, I was shuffling my prompt cards automatically, but didn’t use them once!