I want the clock's hand in a spiderweb
On faith, acceptance, and hating the sinner.
a very pride-filled poem, I think it's really adorable, everyone should give it a read no matter what your race, gender, or sexuality💕
Existential questions at the border of a bridge.
dear me, the worst hopeless romantic
my entire life, the titles "girl" and "boy" were quite weird to me.
I feel every movement like a vhs on repeat
why does loving you feel like a crime
Grapefruit sky at 7:44... I’m alive with Viracochas lightning
This... is technically fanfic. (my attempt at writing possibly the corniest poem in the notebook of Derek Nurse)
// letters from a rainbow girl in a monochrome society //
In the frogs' final year, they don't win the Frozen Four. || fanfiction for the comic Check, Please!
a few aspects of my queer identity. (an attempt at poetry)
i got really frustrated the other day about issues surrounding my gender expression or lack there of and this is the result.
Coming out, in a way. I guess. I needed to say this. To someone. Why not the interwebs?
to the homophobic straight men who just don't get it— this is for you.
I'm simply trans and proud.
A conversation between a daughter and her father.
(A short story based off the dialogue prompt: "I said okay.")