The Body Holds Trauma, Full Stop

May 3, 2020 0

How to put into words the rage that bubbles up inside when I think…of all that I suffered but did not know how to resist…of what I know now that the preschooler, the child, the […]

FIND ME

May 3, 2020 0

Who was I when I started this Who did I think I would become Who did I believe I could ever save Who was there to place my trust upon What got me here standing […]

Greatest Secret of Gratitude

May 3, 2020 0

“Life without thankfulness is devoid of love and passion. Hope without thankfulness is lacking in fine perception. Faith without thankfulness lacks strength and fortitude. Every virtue divorced from thankfulness is maimed and limps along the […]

Cordially Invited: Refugee Family Discourse

December 20, 2019 0

What do you see? Is it New Tara, the plantation of the twenty first century? Crops of dreams and disasters lay juxtaposed as biproducts of influential forecasters. It makes you wonder what Hitler and Prophet […]

Poem – I am a Syrian refugee

July 30, 2016 0

By: Ani Kalayjian, PhD           I am an Armenian-Syrian Immigrated in the mid 1970’s; My first week in American high school I was called a ‘dirty immigrant,’ When asked what I was, […]