Symptoms of Colonization

this is to help you focus, help you cope with being THIS ALIVE! -take this three times a day. oh, and this one is to help you stop seeing things that aren’t there. -even though none of this is real. don’t forget to believe in the power of the institution. don’t forget to breathe, through […]

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Blue Gold

parts of speech shift the closing between us, particles slip off your lips, i can’t hear anything, i’m lost in your blue gold purples in shadow, indigo ridges copper threads in my eyes wrapped tight, woven around shutterbug pupils, wide-eyed your eyes… are cake of indigo; blue gold, Mesopotamia, Nile merchants, Spice Islands, Egyptian gods, […]

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Dip. Slide. Depart.

Happy 2018! I’m happy to announce I have a new collection of poetry available February 2018. This collection of poems explores the stages of grief and loss from the perspective of the dearly departed. Here’s one of the poems from this collection. This collection will be available in paperback via Big Cartel or Amazon, where […]

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Speaking Silently, for you.

Ahau! I have written a collection of (free) poetry for you! 7 “books” of 10 poems, 70 poems. These are a gift to you, these poems are dedicated to Indigenous Women. They were written with love, through pain, and a hope we can heal and strengthen our voice through sisterhood. This has been a heavy […]

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Ant Hills @ Amazon

Hello all! I have a collection of poetry for sale, here is one way to make a purchase, through Amazon.com. If you’d like the link to another way to purchase this then please let me know. I will have copies in my online store, which will be available November 25, 2016. The details and description […]

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Dear Sis,

a poem for you… Three Types of Women the cult of the virgin birthed woman restored, achieved by her own defeat our lady of graceful obstrigillate walks in her wake, fight vs. flight the wild woman, resists creation of becoming the traditional woman; conceals dependence from herself, has crafted her heart cage to act as […]

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Human Touch

I. His tiny fingers slide over the skin on the palms of my hands, he laces his fingertips around the soft spots between my fingers and squeezes tight. He does this so that the tiny palm of his hand is pressed against mine, just barely. He loosens his grip and we start walking in stride, […]

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