Ode to Rainbows

Lead me home, fragmented, distorted light. You fluoresce through my sheathed eyes and create shimmering illusions. Burdened condensation weeps for you to be birthed in the thick sky, brooding shadows complementing your silken stretch to the muddy flowers and dripping limbs. You search for every green bud and kiss every upturned blossom. The scalding sun … Continue reading Ode to Rainbows



It was a regular, everyday rainy morning. People rushed around her, covering their bodies with anything they could find—shoes of hope, jackets of sadness, umbrellas of denial. I walked towards her, hiding my pity-filled eyes with my hat—and I looked at her. She just stood there. In the rain—waiting for sun, I supposed. Tipping her … Continue reading Rain