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Ruminations and fulminations about -isms, animals, and writing.
2016-10-16 23:08
I made this for the South Dakota National Organization for Women's Love Your Body Day Celebration. Enjoy, all! Adjective Year Adjective - Ends in ER Noun Part of Body Color Part… Read More
Beyond Ebony And Ivory
2016-09-26 00:23
“Ebony, ivory living in perfect harmony.”I just finished a compelling paranormal romance by a Black American author in which she described a character as having skin so dark it s… Read More
Poem: Morning Meeting
2016-08-23 18:39
If I fits, I sits.But I don’t fit, and still I sit,In the very back,Capping the row,An oversized bookend.One side gasps for air.The other knows my colleague.Our arms, our thighsKiss, m… Read More
Singing The Literary Songs
2016-08-22 06:24
A week ago, I completed a poetry half-marathon. A full marathon asked poor, abused poets to pen a poem an hour for twenty-four hours. Wimps like me who appreciate a comfy night’s sleep… Read More
Poem: An Ode To Yellow
2016-08-13 22:50
You varnish the skies.Your incandescent armsEmbrace dark rooms,Make them blushIn the slow burn ofFlickering kisses.When summer’s greengrows tired and bored,You crisp along its edges,Cr… Read More
2016-08-13 18:56
I drank the sky,opened my mouthwide,my teeth flashing, cameralike,in the sun.I meant to stutter an excuse,offer an apology,sing the praises of someonenot me,but something fuzzy and cool,like… Read More
Penning The Poems
2016-08-13 16:47
What's that clickety-clack sound and the smell of toxic amounts of cinnamon coffee permeating someone's pores? Oh, nothing. Just me doing a poetry half-marathon today from 7 am to 7 pm.I jus… Read More
Updating The Masses
2016-08-12 21:46
The family crest I made for my furkids-and-fairy-tale-themed wedding.Faithful readers (which pretty much means my best friend and my ex, but still), I have missed you. Like, a lot. Life has… Read More
Biopower And Disempowerment
2016-07-13 02:09
Foucault's biopower is a brilliant dissection of the most insidious kind of power: the kind that we exercise over ourselves in the service of others. We give up control of the right to… Read More

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