‘When breathing feels like drowning,who’d wanna come up for air?’
‘If Self Doubt Was A Religion,It Would Be The Only Thing We’d Believe In’
‘Thinking I’m The Missing PieceTo What’s Puzzling You’
‘How Those Moments Of HappinessHang On Nooses Like A Piñata Being Hit By Lupus’
“We are taught tolerating something bad is a strength”(Interview segment on Mental Health & Depression)
To architect feelings, removing pieces of ourselves to build on who we are, becoming.
‘If How We Think Isn’t The Solution,Well Then It’s Part Of The Problem’
I wish to create poetry in the same way architects create space, with function before form,
to facilitate how those who occupy that space may feel. Both sheltered and exposed.
I Write For Those With Walls For Windows
Main Gallery/Slideshow - Photo Credits: Aslam Husain, Hypemari, Rob Watson.