Tag Archives: death

and her 99 trees

This is the fifth and final poem in this series. Please start with the Introduction here, it gives important context and a content warning. It’s the strangest thing, despite my trepidation about making these public, I feel lighter to have … Continue reading

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a child with no name

This is the second poem in a series. Please start with the Introduction to this series here. And Reader Beware, these poems have a earned a Content Warning and include real, raw emotions and the grief of pregnancy loss. a … Continue reading

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to the human rights journalist & his pictures of dead women & children

to the human rights journalist & his pictures of dead women & children November 16, 2016 if i was dead you would mourn my corpse but you have no use for the inconvenience of a live woman a corpse does … Continue reading

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