Tag: Poetry

Not Like You

Mia C. This is a prose poem about how much pain questioning my sexuality has caused me. I am and have been comfortable with identifying as a bisexual woman, but recently I’ve begun to question who I am and it one of the hardest...

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Parul

By Darcy Isla             I am supposed to be writing a poemabout Mileva Marić                 but with you homed in the top-right corner of my screen                                 brown skin glowing in the incidental...

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—being out?

By Carol E. Moses who am Ito you? why do I have to tell youanything about myself? I am here to work.it is none of your business. I certainly don’t want to hearwho/why/how of your attractions (spare me!)well, yes, there are those...

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Strange Women

By Catherine Darwen They’re not perfect,They mess up sometimeswhen giving advice andthen back-pedaling ensues. They’re not perfect,They put their foot in itAnd then apologise profuselyFor experiencing curiosity. They’re not...

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