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mourning doves nesting in dead monstera

caught a tear on my thumb

and wondered whose it was;

slightly sweet, so first instinct:

regurgitate.

remembering

it was raining when we collected

Camels and hotboxed in my Cutlass; 36 more words

Poetry

WomanHood - Fierce but Uncertain

I clocked a new age today and I realized that there are a lot of uncertainties about myself that I am not even any close to solving. 453 more words

Womanhood

Autumn Leaves

I have always seen the beauty

in those Autumn leaves

I could always feel them fall

a certain glow in each surrender

could nearly smell once they hit the ground… 32 more words

Imagery

ON BEING STUCK by Laraine Herring

TAPPING INTO THE CREATIVE POWER OF WRITER’S BLOCK

ON BEING STUCK focuses on personal development block´s and how they affect writer’s work. The author refers to writer’s block as a pause on work to pay attention to what’s going on inside us. 359 more words

Book Reviews

Why Do Communists Use The Imagery of Individuals?


Often communists are reproached for using the imagery of historical figures by claiming that it’s a form of “cultish” devotion, or a symptom of a sort of historical nostalgia for past communist movements. 1,414 more words

Politics

LEONINE

In The Woods of Redness, a Depth in the deepest sea,

A cool soft breeze, a hot loo too

A fount of you, a fount of me. 42 more words

POETRY

Embers (Snippet)

Embers perch, they double glaze, concentrating on their next victims. Hallowing in the midst of cracks and broken contraptions. Shadowing existing beings, learning of their move and then show stopping by burning them alive. 188 more words

Diary Of A Spoken Word Poet