Monthly Archives: August 2015


Betrayal is the bitter poison that chokes your throat with ash, settling as a stone in your gut. Betrayal is every ‘I love you’ twisting a knife deeper and harder into your heart. Betrayal is hugs that camouflage disdain and … Continue reading

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To discover the darkling fear In the summer sun Lighting the dual eclipses Of the soul and the shadow-pushers Casts me back to the past Where I dwelt in my unlit hole Awaiting a ray of ease to shine upon … Continue reading

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Women Born Trans Women

Extracted with hot needles and cold steel Midwifed by beta hexagonal carbon Delivered from plain sight hiding to invisible visibility Our depleted placentas drip blood for all to see As we fill our lungs and cry With the pain of … Continue reading

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