This isn't your 1800s Shakespearean poem. This is the 21s century rendition of the word Poetry. Type: Poem x story-telling. It's on the societal perceptions of being gay. It goes like this: "The '90s weren't easy, but then now is not very different..."
There's nothing more terrifying than hospitals and cancer. Here's one story about them.
I have some questions.
Here is one: How are you the protagonist,
in my biography?
When someone touches your hair/Laughs at your jokes/Hurts you/Or just watches you giggle endlessly [..]
What do I think about? Is it love or my family? Or is it a wonder trip and all-nighters? I think of rainbow unicorns, with…