Love and Friendship By Emily Brontë Love is like the wild rose-briar, Friendship like the holly-tree— The holly is dark when the rose-briar blooms But which will bloom most constantly? The wild rose-briar is sweet in spring, Its summer blossoms scent the air; Yet wait till winter comes again And who will …
In the wake of Valentine’s day I find it just as important to emphasize the simple pleasures of singleness. Don’t get me wrong, love and couples, togetherness and all that yata yata, it’s grrrreat…. But there’s something forever lovely about being comfortable with oneself.
At the start of this year I made a point of doing something entirely new to show myself I care. I’ve dedicated one day a month specifically for self-care.
Happy Valentine’s Day good people! Whatever situation you’re in let this day be a celebration of love in all it’s forms! Whether romantic, unconditional, platonic, or verse! Here are a few poems exclusively catered towards V-Day.
An old friend of mine asked me to help with a school project of hers and wanted a hamster rolling in a doughnut. It’s only ever old friends that remember my passion for drawing. And I was so glad she did!
Here is a poem by one of my favorites! He has a certain humor to his poetry that captures real-life in a refreshing nuanced way. How fitting then that he should regard a budding romance with nonchalance towards the fact that we ain’t nothin but mammals. Tony Hoagland January 2007 Romantic Moment After the nature …
I have been a dancer since I was 3 years old.