Tag Archives: black female poets

out of body (NPM2017 # 5)

my body my black girl body has never been mine stands in need of reclamation is a site of oppression a battlefield to be conquered bartered criminalized minimized trivialized made a chariture masking your desire to consume the very vessel … Continue reading

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Woman (from That New Millennium Dime)

it dont mean nothing w/o a woman… …dont mean nothing… God wrapped velvet/over tempered steel &made a woman/in the image of the creator /creators of life/ godly metaphors/virgin mothers mothers of godz/or/monster makers /creators/ /deep water majick/ we need new mirrors/to see … Continue reading

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