published in 2020 just before the pandemic and my separation

an empowering and healing poetry collection

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"i just want you to know that your literary work has healed something inside of me."

independently published

"my therapist recommended your book"

"beautifully written and raw. Alisha's work always rocks me to my core and reminds that it's okay to feel what I feel."

Here’s the thing about wildflowers; they bloom. 

Still Growing Wildflowers was my first healing poetry book written for women like you; women who have experienced the brutal reality of healing from childhood trauma, abuse, assault, the death and loss of loved ones, and more.

It was written for the woman who gave everything she could and lost more than she could have imagined. Still Growing Wildflowers is a raw, real, empowering poetry collection for every woman who has ever questioned her worth, wondered if she is enough, or struggled to heal from past wounds. This poetry collection leaves you feeling heard, seen, and inspired to keep growing through life. Because that’s the thing about Wildflowers; they bloom.

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i wrote this book for every woman who has ever questioned her worth:

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Tbh, I hate being vulnerable. Nothing screams “danger ahead” like exposing my true thoughts and feelings. And that might sound a little counterintuitive coming from a person who has written three poetry books featuring some of my ugliest stories, traumas, and fears.

But if there’s anything I’ve learned in the last three years that I’ve been publishing my poetry, is that there is power, healing, and connection in being vulnerable and sharing your story.

Still Growing Wildflowers is a raw, real, empowering, healing poetry collection for every woman who has ever questioned her worth, wondered if she is enough, or struggled to heal from past wounds. This poetry collection leaves you feeling heard, seen, and inspired to keep growing through life. Because that’s the thing about Wildflowers; they bloom. Even from the darkest places.