The following is a ten minute play I recently wrote. Copyright belongs to me, I share it on my blog just to share it with the world. Send me a message if you are interested in my play – if you have any questions or are interested in using it for educational/performance purposes. Continue reading
The following is a one act play I wrote when I was in grade eleven. It is a stage adaptation of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short story of the same name, written in 1892. This play was performed by my high school the same year. Enjoy!
The way the word “Jerusalem” rolls off his tongue –
has the bones of my fingers shiver and shatter
with the touch of a word so eloquently spoken. Continue reading
My high school drama teacher brought in her dog one day to a weekend rehearsal at school, when I was about sixteen. The dog was a golden retriever, old with white fur, and Continue reading
As my fingertips trail the wall,
the stoney wall of ages beyond my years,
my happiness floats precariously. Continue reading
I am still learning that it is okay to tell people that you take medicine for your anxiety. Continue reading
today i learned about gravity problems and fear voices.
a gravity problem is a problem that is created by your location, most often in relation to another. Continue reading
A pair of green heels are enough to make me imagine – even though I don’t typically wear heels, let alone green ones. Perhaps it is because I wear the heels while I am in Continue reading
It is easy to forget your surroundings when you are surrounded by them constantly, as ironic and weird as that sounds. What I mean to say is this: there are words around me Continue reading