Category Archives: Poetry

Karen G “Misogyny, in Two Phases”

Misogyny, in Two Phases Phase 1 I used to see under her pink slips varicose veins timber legs. Weather changes of moods made my pen move angrily in crooked characters stabbing at a diary I kept locked. I used to … Continue reading

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Tracey Dahl “At the Abortion Clinic”

At The Abortion Clinic by Tracey Dahl   I went to the abortion clinic. I brought brownies and pies, smuggled in cookies and cupcakes. All manner of baked goods, carefully wrapped in plastic, crowded at the bottom of my purse. … Continue reading

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Faylita Hicks “The Desert”

The Desert by Faylita Hicks We can only count how many were here by the number of bras that are left still clinging to the leaf-less trees out in the desert. By the ones that are stretched and spread and … Continue reading

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Jazz Cuffee “Nude”

Nude by Jazz Cuffee If I could shed this skin I would adorn my shoulder blades With broken glass and tempered steel Weave my flesh Between the spaces of my ribcage So everyone can see Tie myself into a beautiful … Continue reading

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Liza Wolff-Francis “On A Day Without Patriarchy”

On A Day Without Patriarchy ~Liza Wolff-Francis I am no longer an imposter, A raw-boned boomerang woman who stirs the darkness like a dare My monument breasts are a part of me again, their slouched hiding spot a thing of … Continue reading

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