Woman; The Predator

The female lion does much of the hunting for their pride.  They are perhaps better at it than their male counterpart.  Some female octopi prey upon their mates (humans must be relieved that isn’t a dominate trait in most species).  The tigress become mothers at a young age, lose about half of their children to lack of food or other predators, and yet the tigress is one of the top predators and a known fierce protector of their young. For women, we are predatory if you ask too much or take up too much space or choose dress in a certain way.   In direct sales you are a predator for simply being too bothersome

In a Bell Jar at Sea

Living with Major Depressive Disorder – in Prose Poetry I slept many years now. Down the drain before I could stop it. You know those drives where you forget how you got there. This all happened so fast yet at such slow pace. The mirror shows the same eyes and same nose. Same plain faceContinue reading “In a Bell Jar at Sea”

“Oh, Sunchilde: Summer Soliloquies” COMING THIS SUMMER!

“I wanna eat the sunshine like candy/ Get the/ Rays stuck between/ my teeth/ Hide behind the shine,/ come find me/ come find me, all me….” Construction of the Summer edition of my 4-part poetry series is underway! I cannot express how excited I am. I have spent much of my poetry “career” writing aboutContinue reading ““Oh, Sunchilde: Summer Soliloquies” COMING THIS SUMMER!”

Personal Poetic Sarcasm

Sometimes I have nothing to write. Sometimes writing is a burden. A passion sure…but an incredible weight. It is exposure. It is raw. Either you care, you don’t, you read it, or won’t. But it is intense to essentially say “Here- read my diary..” a diary of the pretty, the ugly, the grammar errors, theContinue reading “Personal Poetic Sarcasm”

Embracing the Backburner

Early this year I had decided I was going to publish four poetry collections, one themed for each season.  The winter and spring segments were easy in the sense that half, if not over half, of the content was already written or in the making of.  The summer and fall collections however were going toContinue reading “Embracing the Backburner”