I pen down what I think will be a ‘good read.’ It’s like what Oscar Wilde said— “I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.” I try to be ‘sensational.’
By December 2016 I felt ready to begin talking about the sexual assaults I was subject to in 2015. I felt compelled to write this poem when many of my friends felt brave enough to start talking to me about their frighteningly similar experiences on the horrible matter. Rape and sexual assault victims and abusers are unpredictable.
An account written in May 2016 and recovered in 2017; it explores the beginning of a journey to recovery out of depression. "The message portrayed in this letter touched me; on one hand I was happy to no longer be in such a bad state of depression, but on the other I was confused and sad that it was important to have logged those moments, because clearly we find it easy to forget."