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Shapes of Women: Medicine Woman

That night, I have a dream of a spider who tells me that I am to find the berries of my feminine soul and that when I have lost everything I will be free. 1,466 more words

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Shapes of Women: Witch

“Our culture, consumed with appearances— cosmetics, fashions, cars, gadgets— is a culture unconsciously held captive by the Witch, by the energy of power over our own bodies, over other’s bodies, over the planet Earth. 372 more words

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Shapes of Women: Eve

“Unconsciously, you still hold the belief that your body,
Eve’s body, is the cause of the Fall of mankind into hell.”

“I am Eve. I am beautiful, for my body is created by divine energy. 341 more words

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‘In the Waiting Room’ by Elizabeth Bishop

In Worcester, Massachusetts,
I went with Aunt Consuelo
to keep her dentist’s appointment
and sat and waited for her… 476 more words

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Pillar of Salt

Lot’s Wife by Anne Simpson

This is the woman you don’t know,
— unnamed, undone —
though you’ve heard how she turned
for a last look and that… 163 more words

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Good Bones by Maggie Smith

Life is short, though I keep this from my children.
Life is short, and I’ve shortened mine
in a thousand delicious, ill-advised ways, 119 more words

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“And why don’t you write? Write! Writing is for you, you are for you; your body is yours, take it. I know why you haven’t written… Because writing is at once too high, too great for you, it’s reserved for the great— that is, for “great men”; and it’s “silly.” Besides, you’ve written a little, but in secret. 318 more words

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