I'm writing this open letter to Lauren Daigle in the midst of the backlash she's receiving on her recent comments regarding homosexuality.
Another self analysis of my love life.
I don't need distractions. I need you.
I haven't blogged in a while. There's a myriad of excuses and circumstances that I can expound on. For the sake of simplicity, I'll admit that I've gone through self-hustle fatigue yet again. Even this blog post, which is both an update and a roadmap concerning the future of the blog, has gone through multiple … Continue reading I’m learning to draw
Clouds cover the sun on a Sunday. Yet it still rises like the Son's rays. Light breaks through the gray. The sun is here to stay. All of nature bows and prays.
This poem reflects on the glory of God, as well as the shortcomings, benefits, and necessity of being a Christian in a fallen generation. The poem ends with God himself responding to the doubts of Brother Humbled, the pride of Two Dope, and addressing issues mentioned throughout the book.
The poem introduces the antithesis of Two Dope, Brother Humbled. This poem focuses on the character and thoughts of Brother Humbled.