creative works, Poetry

Best Friend

My best friend takes hold of my hand
She urges me not to bottle things up,
Tells me it’s okay to cry.
I do, and I hold her for comfort.
She is not someone I could let go of.

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creative works, Poetry

In Every Moment

In every moment I see you
Memories tug and drag
In every thought I replay you
Nostalgia pushes and blames

I hear you in every “it’s fine” and every laugh
i feel you in every long finger and every soft arm
I was supposed to be the strong one.
A whole two years older
though, the same age, in life.

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Editorials, Journalistic Works

Got Milk? You Shouldn’t: The Dangers of Artificial Hormones in Dairy Products

Our world is surrounded by companies and corporations encouraging us to drink milk. Advertisements brag about containing 100% real cow’s milk, movie stars sport milk mustaches with “got milk?” plastered next to them, and schools offer an assortment of milk as the suggested drink for lunches. So waking up in the morning and pouring a large glass of milk to start the day is a good thing, right?

Wrong.

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