Monthly Archives: October 2016


I’ve spent an age Clinging to this precipice Wind whipping my hair Fingers straining to grip If I let go I’ll jump and fall Without knowing If there are arms waiting And waiting Below I’ve spent an age Almost letting … Continue reading

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I was young when I learned That one day I would go to war With my own body. I learned it in the locker rooms Watching the women Full grown and mysterious With tan lines and long hair Moisturizing and … Continue reading

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