Witches, Women, Women, Witches A Poem Women’s bodiesWomen’s ways Healing throughout history Birthing throughout history They said it couldn’t beThey said it shouldn’t be They said we couldn’t beThey said we shouldn’t be Our bodies, our powersOur bodies, our gifts They’ve been trying to erase and replace us For centuries now Goddess carvings predate it allFemale bodies worshipedContinue reading “Women, Witches, Witches, Women”
Justice In my home officeNo one uses too much creamer But I always have to be the one to make the coffeeIn my home office I pull a tarot card to kick off the morning It was this or finally start that yoga or meditation thing It’s a major arcana, from my Goddess deck, and itContinue reading “Justice”
Wildfire AfternoonA Poem We play Animal Crossing until noon, and then Swim in the apartment complex pool With the tiny bodies of flies, bees, and moths as Company, pray tell what ambitions should one have in a pandemic, What poems should a poet write, What odes to nature when nature is on fire? What ode to humanity When humanityContinue reading “Wildfire Afternoon”
Animal CrossingA 2020 American Haiku Series I plant flowersCatch bugs and run Around my own island Nothing is on fireNo one has a virus Everyone is friendly Escape into Animal Crossing Is a 2020 mood If only we could give giftsEat fruit and sell weeds and branchesIn real life The night comes I talk to a ghost The goals are rewardingContinue reading “Animal Crossing”
Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.