Dear Moonlight

You take my breath away

You add color to my daydreams

Your hugs are sweeter than honey

And your quirks are works of art


I whisper in the moonlight

I ask the stars to keep you safe

I ask the night sky to sweeten your dreams

And for your corner of the world to be happy.


Two Girls Holding Hands

Two girls holding hands

Making big plans

To move to a new city

And get a pink-nosed cat


Two girls holding hands

Looking up at the stars

Planning to leave a trail

Of daisies and roses.

I Believe




I believe women should have access to all their healthcare needs

I believe that love is love is love is love is love

I believe we need to make room at the table for people of all genders

I believe equality is not a pipe dream, but a necessity


We are stronger when we stand together

We have clarity when we work toward what we want

There is goodness and kindness and light inside each of us

I believe that those who believe they can make the world better, will.


Be You

It’s better, my love, to be your true

Self. Spread your wings and embrace

Your piece of the sky. The sun shines

For you, the rain falls for you


So that flowers can bloom in your

Garden. Worry not what others think,

But what you think of yourself. Love

What you know is most authentic, most you.


[Happy National Coming Out Day! Sending so much love to those who need it  ❤ ]



Thoughts on Marriage Equality

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Today, the supreme court ruled that same-sex marriage is now legal in all 50 states! What an amazing accomplishment. Today, my generation can open their eyes to see history in the making. Every day we move one step closer to accepting each other’s differences. I know there will be many long-awaited marriages today and in the days to come.

Marriage equality across the country will give many couples the rights they deserve. It means that activists who are no longer with us have not fought in vain. It means that activists who are alive today can see that their voices and actions truly do matter and make a difference. Across our country, people are beginning to see that love is love.

Naturally, there is still work to be done. Discrimination is still a problem in numerous places. Teens are rejected from their homes after coming out as gay, lesbian, bi, or trans. Many become homeless as a result. Young people are still committing suicide after facing the pain of being rejected by their own families, friends, communities, and work places.

This discrimination is not only brought about by straight, cisgender people. People who are trans, bi, pan, or of any other orientation or gender identity may still experience discrimination within the LGBTQ community itself. I do not believe that people discriminate because they are inherently mean. I believe that that if we can educate each other, and embrace each other’s differences, our world can become the loving place it has always had the potential to be. Even more, I believe we can realize that, deep down, we are not all that different from each other.

Anne Frank said that “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” I think so, too. And I believe that marriage equality across the United States is a small reflection of just that.