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Women

The bitter bite of being underestimated, again, as if I am not sewn together, from the ones the world tried to tear apart. Today, I am not the girl I was. I am patched up, with pieces, a collage of Queens. Their bones are fused, with my refusal to be silent, we are together, awake, […]

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Murdered

I went back to the scene, of the many times she was murdered, canvassing Camden Town, to find her at 18, at 21, at 26. I was too late. Murdered, by the man who told her he knew best, choked to death, by the flimsy fabric, of the dress he insisted she wear, and the […]

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Jigsaw

Can you fit my heart into yours? There’s a missing piece, several, actually, and I’ve begged them to come home, so we can be complete, but, God, they’re just like me. Off at parties they never wanted to attend, reliving rickshaw rides, and dances at bus stops, that are only wonderful in their heads. Hearts […]

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World Poetry Day :)

Hola amigos, Today is World Poetry Day, so here are some poems that I’ve finished up. I’ve written about quite a few things that I’ve been thinking about lately, such as the difficult journey to loving yourself, the unfortunate news of privacy leaks for public figures, my regrets from the past and my hopes for […]

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