by Sophie May Please don’t catch me when I fall, because I want to be the one who knows how to pick herself up. Please don’t whisper me sweet things, for I don’t quite understand those words yet. Please don’t tell me you love me because I have yet to learn … Continue Reading Poetry Contest: Please don’t
By Alison Johnson She held the tiny child gently over her thigh, Patting her back, this child in the pink knit cap and pink striped onesie. Her munificent smile, her mild face tilted. This child made of rubber, this doll. “I am re-parenting myself” She said, holding the small one … Continue Reading Poetry Contest: Done Right
by Frances Avnet Take a look at the snowflakePure innocence, playfulDelicate as crystalEasily dissolved as the temperature rise.But…Gather snowflakes,Awakening, emboldenedHard as ice. Unite them, they can shut cities, Bring government to a standstill.
by Pradita Kapahi Red was the color I wore on our day, Red on my body, Red on my forehead, Red, was the color of your lust that first night, When Red trickled forth from between my thighs, Red too was the color, I ken, When your hand would strike … Continue Reading Poetry Contest – Red
by Wendy Lee Klenetsky Sure, he was her boss and a man whom she had to obey and with whose wishes shehad to comply.And sure, he had treated her shabbily;having used HER creativity to his ownadvantage, and taken all of the creditupon its success.And sure, he had taken for grantedher … Continue Reading Poetry Contest – Freedom
I am not a Stereotype Stereotypes Hurt. No More Labels!! Women of all colors, races, religions ethnic groups and nationalities face double jeopardy. I will not be defined by the narrow conventions of your mangled mind. Me and Patti LaBelle got a new attitude. http://youtu.be/7jHToFiZuSU I will not be typecast … Continue Reading I Am Not a Stereotype by Deborah Palmer.
by Nicole Deleon Women are power They try to talk down on us like were cowards Juvenile thoughts let their brains be consumed by idiotic views and heated fumes that leaves our hearts bruised I hope theres still hope and were not doomed Us ladies have to stand up Can’t … Continue Reading Poetry Contest: Women Are Power
by Sequoah Glaster There many different kinds Some are tall some have vines But one thing they all have in common Is the deep powerful femininity from the divine All life forms need their nurturing energy Giving it’s life force so selflessly so that we could all breathe The one … Continue Reading Poetry Contest Third Place Wisdom From A Tree