From the Little Ole Cashier to the Academic Advisor

Since the age of 11 years old I have been working. One of my most valuable jobs was helping my father run his grocery store. Working there I learned a few tricks from a man that was an entrepreneur and had a vision for success and growth. I learned the basics of customer service and…

Do They Know?

  Do they know? Do they feel? Do they wonder? Do they see? Do they expect? Do they have hope? Do they still love? These questions all surround one explicit idea, and inevitable part of our lives. The dying. How hard it must be to come to reality that you will not get better. How…

A Writers Intent

By: Rhonda Nemri A writers intent is to provide a different perspective to others. To let the reader experience another persons experiences whether fiction or non fiction. A writers need is to fully express themselves, and most times it’s done creatively. A writer hopes for many readers and commentaries on their writings. But whether one…

Destructive Power

By : Rhonda Nemri They cut you. They cut you so deep, you bleed. But you don’t bleed to death. Just a bunch of cuts that become scars. You don’t walk away, you forgive them. Each time you forgive them, you think to yourself it will be better. When really, you’re handing them that power….

The Fools Will Chatter

By: Rhonda Nemri Photograph painted and photo edited By: Rhonda Nemri I mustn’t show my tears. Or else the fools will chatter. I mustn’t show my smile. Or else the fools will chatter. I mustn’t grief out loud. Or else the fools will chatter. I must show my tears. Or else the fools will chatter….

Visionaries

By: Rhonda Nemri Photograph taken by Rhonda Nemri Lying there with your eyes closed and your cold delicate skin, I see you but can’t feel your touch. Throwing myself at you with tears rushing down my face, dripping to the cold ground. Catching the last moment of your presence as I press my warm face…

Painted Silhouettes

By: Rhonda Nemri Photograph Taken By: Rhonda Nemri Colors changing into the mood. Loud as the fire bursts with creation of realism. Layered in black cloth as it resembles the feelings of mourn. Stripping the darkness from its root, and bringing back life. Shameful appearances of the painted silhouettes. Once again it shall appear to…

Expressions of Loss

By: Rhonda Nemri The sadness that is exuded. The straight face that is expressed. Expressions of loss and discomfort. Weakness is not portrayed, but is a reaction to the unfortunate past, that must be accepted. Cringing reality, in which is a glimpse of darkness in search of light, and comfort. The salty waters come rushing…

A Desired Freedom For The Oppressed

By Rhonda Nemri Passing that moment in my life that tries so hard to bring the hurt to me for my wants. Standing still looking around fighting to see the freedom I have been longing for. You stand there over me with your hurtful words, and your abusive sentiments that you call love. This is…