Author Archives: Rachel Lynn

About Rachel Lynn

Writer | Sister | Recovery Warrior | Singer | Fat | Feminist | Christian | Hashimoto's | Life is not easy but I cope through poetry and writing. This is where I share it; my hopes, dreams, struggles, and triumphs.

Late Night Thoughts

When you wake up alone And your chilled down to your bone So you swallow some fire Hoping it will light the emptiness inside Yet smoke fills your eyes And all you find is all the reasons you want to … Continue reading

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Fat People Have Talent

I was watching America’s Got Talent tonight, one of the many reality TV shows I am addicted to and as always there were amazing acts and some just as dumb ones that make you question why people would waste their … Continue reading

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Sometimes Eating is Hard

I’ve been trying to write a post for this blog for months but I can’t find the time, more like motivation to write something, anything. In June it will be one year since I re-entered treatment for the third time. … Continue reading

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Women are Trees

Women are beauty With God made thighs carved out of boulders Rivaling the strength of mountains They carry us with a grace no man can compete   So why daughter do you hide them? Decorating them ways that were never … Continue reading

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A Granddaughter’s Guilt

I have so many regrets and they all come crashing down in February when I’m reminded of how many things I took for granted before Grandma Sharon died. My last Christmas with her I don’t think I even realized it … Continue reading

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Grandma’s Month

It has begun The month of history and memories To celebrate a woman that will never meet my children What a loss for them   My tears of sorrow and grief highlight my cheekbones Covered by flushed cheeks And I … Continue reading

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I Feel Like My Body’s Betray Me

Its hard to function, go to school, and have a life when you can barely get out of bed in the morning and the only thing making it possible is the fact that classes will be failed if not attended.  … Continue reading

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