Where I’m From – a Poem

I am from Tamagachi and Neopets,American Girl Dolls, Beanie Babies, and Fruit Roll Ups.From popsicles and pools and playgrounds. I am from many childhood homes,full of many themed bedroomsand many colorful flower beds. I am from oak trees,whose bark I hugged every morning before doing anything else,and from dandelions,who never once granted me a wish,and…

Dungeons and Dragons – a poem

Of bated breath and crossed fingers, Of whisperings and shouts, Of languages and swearing. Numbers dictate fate And gods’ whims are answered by obedient, or not so obedient, followers. Dwarves carve cities from mountains and elves hide themselves in woods filled with age and mystery. Thieves steal from dragons, gnomes dream of gems, and magic…