Tag Archives: poetry

Cowboy Poet, Vietnam vet, and PTSD survivor Bucky Morrow

Bucky Morrow is a Vietnam vet and an a brilliant poet. He writes about his times in the Coastal range of California working cattle for years on end. He also came back from Nam with PTSD and for many years it got the best of him. He finally over came PTSD by finding fellow vets… Read More »

"ptsd makes me miss very bad things"

[written apr. 14th, 2016 when i was 19] “today i was unfaithful, darling today, thoughts went astray. no, i did not find me a new lover but old ones in the same. nostalgia for the pain they caused me; the comfort in what’s known, the trauma i grew accustomed to, polished stones they used to… Read More »

Death of Childhood Innocence: The Secret Shrine.

Abused children may repress memories until late in life. One day the gone is the death threat binding their tongue and memory. They discover their parents shocking crimes and guilt. They hide their shame in an imagined personal religious expiation. But never confess. Imprisonment would result. The family then destroyed. The impetus for secrecy: fear… Read More »

EMPATH THOUGHTS |BLACK LOVE Relationships Ancestral Intimacy |Mental Health |Bipolar Depression PTSD

♡Greetings Powerful Beings, my intentions are Learning, Healing & Sharing via the Guiding Principles of Dagara Cosmology of Burkina Faso & Tamale, Ghana. ♡I am here to commune with those that are Spiritually called to Remember Tradition: Being As You Know with Nature, Spirit & Ancestors as their Guide (EcoTherapy & EcoPsychology). +My experience is… Read More »

Something You Could Touch Audiobook by Brian Heffron

Don’t miss the opportunity to listen to the full audiobook Something You Could Touch, free at our library. Brian Heffron’s debut spoken-word poetry album. Brian’s life, background, and experiences allow him to write vulnerable and authentic poetry that resonates with a large audience. His work appeals to poetry enthusiasts from the classically romantic to the… Read More »

Ptsd – A spoken word poem

post traumatic stress disorder (ptsd) Sometimes I think I’ve gotten rid of my trauma and depression then it gets me off guard. Maybe the recovery process never ends… Maybe we can’t erase some memories and the pain that comes with them from our head. Whatever it is, we’ll keep on fighting. Please share this video… Read More »