I grew up writing poetry using metaphors, similes, alliteration, and other literary devices as a way to express my emotions and create a hidden code from my fear of rejection. When I learned how to use my poetry to express my emotions through confidence instead of fear, my skills got better. I wasn’t so focused on the pain I felt, rather, I focused on the way I could make others feel about themselves.
As I’ve learned the ways of writing and the ways of love, I realized that my creative process has no time limit and that it can not be rushed. I decided to share my deepest thoughts in a three-part Poetic Collection — Book 1: Falling For You, Book 2: Parachute Thoughts & Book 3: Grounded (in Love)