Sometimes She Died

Sometimes she needed to escape the lies. Sometimes she held herself and cried. Sometimes she died. Sometimes her hope frayed against the “why’s.” Sometimes her visions of diversity whispered goodbye. Continue Reading →

Yesterday’s Dinosaurs

They’re gobbling up the planet and themselves, no thought for tomorrow only wealth. They’re yesterday’s dinosaurs, learning nothing from before, looting the future so they can have more. They ridicule Continue Reading →

Writing for Me

Tears on the page where hearts do roam, yet, even as I’m resting my eyes I’m wondering who in a world falling into darkness would want to read hopeful fantasy Continue Reading →

Compassionate Strength

So long dismissed with condescending ridicule, described as weakness by those who feared. Mistaken for a timid voice of weakness, it was millions of voices of endurance, voices waiting for Continue Reading →

The Insinuation Standard

Soft, subtle, understated, words they used to describe her femininity, the reasons they insinuated she wasn’t qualified. Funny how those same words also described the prejudice they employed. ©January 2018, Continue Reading →

The ALL

The idea came to her out of nowhere, but maybe not, maybe there was inspiration. Maybe it was born in a vista’s humbling moment or while running fingers over the Continue Reading →