Poetry: Door of Doom

By Monica C. Voskamp   She pushed the door harder It still wouldn’t budge. Hours of work were Now seemingly in vain. In frustration, she slumped Her body against the old Wooden frame before she Sank to the floor.   It was then she heard it, A slow eerie creak. Her waning hope burst Into [...]

Poetry: Maybe It’s Because

By Monica C. Voskamp   He could taste the salty ocean As the droplets hit his face, He laughed as he watched her Shake loose her golden locks Of ocean wet.   The sun was hot and shone Fierce rays of mid afternoon Yet nothing glowed more Than the sparkle of blue Eyes upon him. [...]

Poetry: Unicorn Dreams

By Monica C. Voskamp   She was a beauty. I tilted her chin up. Last week’s scars had healed. The body was such a magical thing.   She dusted off her hands As she got up from her fall x 102. She was a determined spirit And had her eyes set on Biking the family [...]

Poetry: Work So Hard

By Monica C. Voskamp   Work so hard just to Create a space where you feel Safe.   Work so hard just to Pretend everyday that you are Okay.   Work so hard just to Prove to everyone you are Enough.   Work so hard just to Hope to God you won’t come Undone.   [...]