Tag: Nativeamerican

Graduate school

My hips happily feel the air As I walked down play dough pavements And around cement trees My knees feel the humidity As I bend in momentum Crushing the potato chips leaves beneath me Two years sound like a long time To bend my knees away from my lover My mother and my brother Writing is a pain to many I’m sure Writing is … Read More Graduate school

Women’s March 2018- Phoenix, AZ

The silent, subtleties of Natives with neural activity around these relatives Boom to the ears of the corn blast to the beans temples and cuddle the cotyledons Seeds with technology and instinct KNOW   Then they swoon into the soil Caress and cradle roots spread And stir With dirt in between Swollen bulbs   Feeling the weight of a Tender energy Guide down and … Read More

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