All I Ever Wanted

All I¬†ever wanted turned into something I never knew. Blood colored manacles on my wrists, the reflection of that wish. Incandescent¬†light blotted out the rain Fire and brimstone tear through my skin Trembling, terrified the[…]

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Baby,Don’t You Know?

My eyes are stars and my vision impaired. You speak of love, washed over with a glaze of indifference, I see your lips move, but I think that perhaps you have me all wrong. I[…]

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Spit It Out

I wish I could get rid of the taste, it is metallic and poisonous, like burnt pious self-righteousness, unpalatable.I want to wash and sterilize my mouth, my mind, my body and my spirit of all[…]

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The Warriors

Time,a robberdisguised,rubbed the edges ofher tenet,eroding the pillars of confidencethat she adhered to,ones that she constantly held- against daily attackson her spirit. She is naked while dreaming.She is naked,living in a land of‘It never was[…]

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The Supermodel Thief

A long, long time ago, when fashion was fierce and supermodels reigned supreme, I was fortunate enough to have been chosen to walk (stumble really, like a goof ball), down the runway, for some of[…]

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Running With Scissors

The first time I held a pair of scissors I was in first grade. My teacher, Ms. Bebe oversaw the scissor proceedings with solemn gravity. “Children always remember to wrap the palm of your hand[…]

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