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A Transgender, Mind-Bender" (Lapointe)

“A Transgender Mind-Bender” (Lapointe).

I bang my Head against the Wall
Wondering what I did so Wrong.
Hated and Paraded Against
Back, up fiercely against the Fence. 389 more words



Between the soft billows

Of grey clouds upon the horizon,

A soul-piercing beam

Of red-hot sunlight

Pokes its face out

To say hello.

“Wake up!” it calls… 30 more words


Recessional: Relevant For the Times

Rudyard Kipling:
God of our fathers, known of old — Lord of our far-flung battle line — Beneath whose awful hand we hold Dominion over palm and pine — Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, Lest we forget — lest we forget! 156 more words


In the Snow

I forgot the game,
As I moved on to brighter horizons.
There were no tracks left behind to follow.
Not one; not even a tune so hollow. 64 more words


Mean it that way

I wonder how many beers you had
before you loosened your tongue
enough to desecrate an antiquated promise,
trashed by the inebriated flush
of lust and invocation of all… 39 more words


Holy Carrots (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #24)

Salads’re holy food:

Even carrots posses souls

Divine digestion