Environment, NaPoWriMo 2018

NaPoWriMo 2018- An Earth Day Poem

A robin perches on the murky evergreen bushes of the neighbor’s house Gazing out upon the sun dappled lawn before it Dandelions sprout from the grass in bright cadmium yellow bursts Flashing like warning colors on a buzzing bee Harmless to most, though many still fear their sting As if a sunny patch of yellow… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 2018- An Earth Day Poem

Environment, Psychology & Social Thoughts


Every day when I walk to and from Ball State campus on my way to classes, events, or student organizations I often pass 10, 20, sometimes 30 pieces of trash laying about the ground. Every single day I pull grocery bags, candy wrappers, and plastic bottles from the small creek that runs by the Rec… Continue reading #1PieceADay