Month: February 2018

Poems by Linda M. Crate

love the skin you’re in   i used to hate my body because it was not like those of models or actresses   despised my eyes because they were brown and not blue my hair because it was   gold, red, and brown...

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Poem by Chinua Ezenwa-Ohaeto

Woman beneath the Sheets   It rained the night before and it rained on a woman beneath the sheets.   I was there, perched at a corner and stared for beneath the sheets was a woman― my mother. I could not speak for my...

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Poetry by Rinzin Rinzin

The Curse of the Red River   “My body is aching and my soul is seeking. I am not myself again. I want some time to regain,” confides a lady to a daddy who says, “I am sorry but let me sing you a Lori ...

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Poetry by Kanchana Priyakantha

Justice for the Body   I heard somebody was criticizing my body.. Can anybody give me A fair reason For this treason But nobody answered me   When I was thin they said I wasn’t slim but skinny as I’d been...

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