What I Learned While Floating Down The LA River

What I Learned While Floating Down The LA River

I wrote a poem with the LA River in mind, but I also drew parallels between the river and the highways that weave in and around Los Angeles.

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Poetry For The 21st Century | The Ocean’s Greetings

Poetry For The 21st Century | The Ocean’s Greetings

Poetry for the 21st Century is an experimental project which aims to produce visual poetry inspired by real adventures from all over the world. These pieces of prose may take place in or around nature, but the mission remains the same. Tell stories that cross multiple mediums to help cultivate more passion for poetry.

The Coldest Spring In Chicago

The Coldest Spring In Chicago

I quickly learned that the best time to visit the third largest city in the U.S, is not April through May due to the unpredictability of the weather. What I also learned was that Chicago is a beautiful city full of wonderful people, delicious food, and gorgeous architecture.

Our Trip to Ontario, Canada

Our Trip to Ontario, Canada

“So, why on earth are you in Canada if you’re from California?” The young man was standing just outside the Toronto Eaton Centre passing out flyers for something or other when he struck up a conversation between my sister and myself. We were heading toward the crosswalk and on our way to grab a couple [...]

The Journey to the Center of California’s Coast

The Journey to the Center of California’s Coast

Within the span of four hours in the car that had carried us up and over hills and traveled beside the ocean, we had driven under a sky that had gone from a murky brown to a clear bright blue, to a cool misty gray. My sister and I had decided to visit my dad [...]

A Run Through MOCA In LA And The Standard

A Run Through MOCA In LA And The Standard

There’s something about getting lost in the rows of paint, clay, and metal that are hung on the walls and that populate the formerly empty spaces of an art gallery or museum. Within a glance, I can feel the emotions that had flowed through the bodies of artists and can learn the histories of other [...]

My Mothers Day Stalker

My Mothers Day Stalker

“Jasmine!” My sister was making her way into my mother’s house where we had been visiting during Mother’s Day weekend. “Jasmine, I found this wedged in between the windshield wipers of you car!” I took the envelope with my name written on it and proceeded to turn it over. “What is this?” “I don’t know. [...]

Naked And Lush And The Pixies

Naked And Lush And The Pixies

Bright lights flashing and bouncing around a dark room. Crowds of people singing and swaying to the sounds of what The Guardian calls "an unorthodox marriage of surf music and punk rock." I found myself jamming out to a live performance of The Pixies at the first location on their 2017 North American tour at The [...]

The End of A Journey (Part 2 of 2)

The End of A Journey (Part 2 of 2)

The last five days before my best friend and I started new full-time jobs, and receiving talks about promotions, were the days we used to travel up and then back down along America’s west coast. We took to the highways, side roads, and freeways like a drop of water takes shape in a rushing stream. [...]

The Moon by Camille Elston

Camille Elston, is a friend of mine who recently performed in Lake Elsinore, California at the Live Wired music festival put on by Bradstock. Elston is a sports photographer and a Graphic Designer at Cal Poly Pomona. She's a ridiculously cool musician who sings, plays guitar in genres spanning from Alternative to Pop, Indie and [...]