Kay's college poetry teacher used to write on her pages, "if you're going to write prose instead of poetry in this class, it should at least be good." Stuck in the worlds of science, literature, and mental illness, it was a task that haunted her through her life. And time and time again she felt it was too big, and she was too woefully under skilled and prepared, but she couldn't stop herself from trying. This collection of maybe not-so-great poems and definitely not-so-great prose is the love child of this compulsion. Despite the best efforts of others, it exists. Kay is sorry about that. But also happy to present The Bridge From Eyes To Yours and other poems within these pages. These pages come straight from her private writings as a she coped with the diagnosis of depression and the stigmatized diagnosis of borderline personality disorder. Feeling alone and trapped in her own broken-ish brain, Kay wants to reach other people and help them feel less alone with what they're going through. This is her first book of poetry.