The Dead Building

By: Anna Johnson

July 22nd, 2021

This poem reflects on gentrification and the growing capitalization of societies that once created emotional attachments for people. It focuses on the lack of emotional connections that exist today due to the falling in and out of trends and the growing monopolization of very few companies.


The Shameless Ones

By: Anna Johnson

May 2nd, 2021

This poem talks about people who are economically and financially disadvantaged. It covers the differences between them and those who refuse to acknowledge their privilege. It also discusses how money holds an almost suffocating power against the poor and in some ways the wealthy as well.


Stories

By: Anna Johnson

July 27, 2020

There's a story A story you don't know. There's pain, There's blood, There are tears stuck to the window, Like you're stuck to your privilege. There are screams, As loud as the music you play.


Proud Love

By: Anna Johnson

June 24, 2020

This is a poem to remember the Stonewall riots and its leader, Marsha P. Johnson, the coolest drag queen ever. But honestly, it is for everyone who feels like they don't belong. This is for you...