“That the present is undying yet death awaits us all”
If the world were to end next week, what do you have to give?
(world may end tomorrow)
express love for my family; also ask forgiveness
*forgivenessè all my friends + family + the boys I’ve hurt
I’m sorry I never communicated well, ever. I was nearly
always trying to do the right thing
I’m sorry for all the judgments I’ve made towards
those who in no way deserved them. Even though
I don’t have tomorrow I will still be learning and
growing tomorrow. I’m sorry for all the mistakes I made &
never apologized for. I’m sorry for lying.
My life, the adventure, the love
the places I’ve been, seeing the world! exploring
support of my creative mind + my dreams from my
family, love of literature + art + theatre + grass
SOCCER and my sisters
my house and my home; inspirations that are my dad
and my mom & my grandma & my brother
food + shelter + nature + nurture + the ability to experience
the earth before it’s all gone – Montserrat &
wine at the beach + bunkers moto adventureè alive
“Maybe this is the poem”
Emily Segal is sophomore at Claremont McKenna College majoring in literature, Spanish, and gender studies. She enjoys reading about color theory and drinking pear green tea.