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Fierceness Driven Sideways by the Wind

I used to think the howling in my head was a fearsome and unwanted thing but then I heard it from a different when I heard the wind wailing wild and the wolves were singing to it the snow whipped … Continue reading

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Persephone’s Testimony

Rape is a wounding, unlooked for and heavy with someone else’s footsteps trampling the dust where your soul once dreamed. Left alone in the road, scattered and broken, many of us haven’t even ears left to hear the stone’s wailing into … Continue reading

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Ice Mice

Ice Mice Ice mice skittering through my veins and I think again of nothing What was it you said, back then, with your hands around my throat? Excuse me, for I can not remember; my memory was dis-membered, my concentration … Continue reading

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