Monthly Archives: July 2019

Tell Me Again

Tell me again  why women don’t deserve the same pay men do  for the same work. And I’ll remind you that the  tongue with which you formed those words  grew inside a woman. Tell me againĀ  why women don’t deserve … Continue reading

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Today A Country

This post will most likely offend some readers and perhaps put me on a “naughty list ” somewhere, but today I feel it’s important to note that while we are a country of many freedoms, that is indeed great in … Continue reading

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We All Have Versions and Bruises

“It opened my eyes to the notion that unconsciously, I was portraying a version of myself.” Vasu Tolia Rattle – February 21, 2019 I came upon this quote from the artist Vasu Tolia while reading poetry on Rattle.com. It expresses … Continue reading

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