Book available on Amazon

I’m too excited to share that my first Poetry collection is available on Amazon and is currently #1 new release in Asian American poetry and American Poetry and #33 in women’s Poetry! I could cry🥺😭♥️♥️

Ebook now available!

Big Feels: I feel too much

Available at link above🖤


All things are temporary
Even if it feels contrary
To have a lot to carry
A lot of pain to bury
It can be quite scary
To Feel like you can function barely
It’s understandable to be reactionary
But you weren’t made to be ordinary
You were made to be evolutionary
And that is honorary
Your life will be legendary
Even when it hurts momentarily
Your life should be your primary
You’re such a visionary
And that’s not imaginary
Because you are pure luminary
And I’ll be your sanctuary

You Save Me

You saved my life
Before you were born
I was no longer thinking of me
Everything was you
My entire universe, the sun, the moon
Kicking in my belly to your favorite tune
Hearing me sing from within the womb

You saved my life
When you were born
So was a place I didn’t know existed,
deep in my heart
A life worth living for,
this is the start
Embracing my new role in life, my new part
My love for you is a nothing short of poetic art

You saved my life
I’m so glad you were born
You showed me to love and be loved in return
Every lesson for you was one I also had learn
You make my heart yearn
for every smile I earn

You save my life now
You saved my life then
You saved my life every day from beginning to end
This love is magic, it’s not pretend
It’s the purest form, none could contend
You’ve saved my life
Because on mine, you depend

I Hope They Remember

I hope they remember before mom was sick
Mom loved to play and mom wasn’t stuck in bed all day
I hope they remember before mom was sick
When she was healthy and strong and worked all day long
I hope they remember before mom was sick
When mom could take them out and about, when mom didn’t pass out
I hope they remember before mom was sick
Smiles on faces and fun happy places
I hope they remember before mom was sick
When she smothered them with love and wasn’t stuck in her bedroom, one floor above
I hope they remember before mom was sick
Mom was the one, mom was the only one who could get anything done
I hope they remember before mom was sick
Before doctors appointments and hospital visits
She wanted to do everything right, she didn’t want to quit
And tried hard every single day to keep up with it
She never intended to be living like this
I hope they remember before mom was sick

Have it All

Giggles and laughs

And sweet baby baths

Cooing and crawling

Walking and falling

Growing everyday and finding their voice

Making sure that everytime they make the choice

Temper tantrums and many tears

 Learning everyday and finding out fears

From in your arms to holding hands

Playing with barbies, no more pots and pans

Getting bigger and going to school

I hope they still think I’m cool

Seasons change and school years pass

You’ll never believe how it happens so fast

One day you’re swaddling your newborn tight

And the next they’re in high school shining so bright

But no matter how big and no matter how small

You will always love them and want them to have it all