Tag Archives: poetry

All The Children

I’m a child in Aleppo Hiding out Dodging bombs and rocket fire and worse Not knowing what tomorrow brings But I live Why? I’m a child who’s escaped Iraq Now…

Rhythm

Your silhouette is something celestial the way it stretches and contracts, even in human form it is somehow formless—another partner. Gender does not abide by your fluidity, dancer, you look…

Texas Women

o it’s summer & the mouths of things open wide for sunny beer & crickets are jumping in the balmy, happy night air   all this on the eternal picnic…