Tag Archives: Feminist

Feminist POEM: Me Too — Now A Brand Knew Whirled Of Daughters

They rise from along history Yet much more so from her story As tectonic plates ready to serve up Unseen Earthquakes From a thousand generations reserved in silence Now a brand knew Whirled of daughters A raze of sisters A … Continue reading

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FEMINIST POEM: Facebook Post

Facebook Post Trust women Like Their lives depend on it Enough said. Feel free to view my pro-women and feminist designs. Check out these Cool RELATED POSTS: POEM: Innocence — An Owed In A Sense Her innocence Was immune to … Continue reading

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Friendly Rant: Voting FOR Jill Stein NOT Wielding “Privilege”

Oddly, with the presidential candidates from the two dominant and domineering political parties setting new records for low approval, voting for anyone else is met with bafflingly high contempt.  My friend, local activist, and Green Party Jill Stein supporter, Shannon Frye, … Continue reading

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION POEM: Mad ’em Presidents

Knowing either jack or Jill Raze your Stein As Donald Trump sucks The “Oh too” out of the room Plenty of space In the huge check Box Of which to think out of Beyond first lady and commander-in-chief Paid in … Continue reading

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POEM: As Rein In Hate On A Sunny Day: Owed To Women’s Choice

They came to give their disagreeable lessen The meaning Of life Pro that is A posse of out-of-towners Stoop to down T-town Met with a flocking faithful of our own As rein in hate on a sunny day With the … Continue reading

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POEM: To Be Read Or Not

Her life was written In the margins Tolled in fine print Subject to lexicons Beyond apprehension Not adorned by elegant types Or gaudy cursive In fancy addresses Wear truth is stranger then fiction More than won could possibly ink Never … Continue reading

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POEM: Guileless

Many amen Follows Such a singular attraction As a guileless woman Unable to disguise Her own beauty More than Enough This poem is an ode to the singular beauty of each and every woman, with a special nod to the … Continue reading

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POEM: Feminists Know Something

As a man One day I wondered How come there are so few Women politicians Women economists Women lawyers Then it occurred to me Maybe they know something we don’t The quest to understand the difference between men and women … Continue reading

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