The Summer of 2015

During the month of August, I am writing about past summers in my life, an attempt to shine some light on why my depression seems to be worse during the summer each year. I've been heading backwards in this blog series, focusing on an earlier year each post. Now I'm at four years ago, and … Continue reading The Summer of 2015

A Million Unknown Soldiers (poem, 1995)

This is a poem I wrote over twenty years ago. I was in college at the time. Oddly, it seems as though that younger me wrote it to...well, me today. You walk alone down your tourniquet life Binding yourself with unaided strife A knothole to peep through to an unimpressed world The kaleidoscope comfort of … Continue reading A Million Unknown Soldiers (poem, 1995)