Category Archives: Poetry

Left-hand traffic

A blank page. I start over typing. And over. So over. It is flashing green. Ah, what do you know? So much. Tell. Show. I don’t say this. Don’t go. You don’t. Go. You fly. I know the view. Day … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry | Tagged | Leave a comment

Embarrassed

Posted in Diet, Ideas worth spreading, Poetry, Womanhood | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Cocoon

And then I loved you Reached out to you every chance that I got I learned the spices to please you In both the bed and the kitchen   And then I shared my food and my music with you … Continue reading

Posted in Forgiveness, Healing, Poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Michael Lee – “The Addict, a Magician”

We experimented each day. Lowered the smoke into the deep mine of the chest as though it were a rope with a hook at the end of it to pull the emptiness back out. We partitioned ourselves away to the … Continue reading

Posted in Addiction, Poetry | Leave a comment

Buddy Wakefield — HURLING CROWBIRDS AT MOCKINGBARS (HOPE IS NOT A COURSE OF ACTION)

Forgiveness is the release of all hope for a better past.

Posted in Poetry, Wisdom | Leave a comment

Zena Agha: How Islam made me a feminist

Posted in Ideas worth spreading, Poetry | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Neil Hilborn – “OCD”

“I want her back so badly, I leave the door unlocked. I leave the lights on.”

Video | Posted on by | Leave a comment