Poem: MILFS and Cougars

Older women had the wisdom stolen from them of true maturity which doesn’t exploit the innocence of youth. Wise women are unsung heroines stronger than most. They’re not the predators perverse of media slogans. Mrs. Robinson’s curse programmed us to perceive older women as lusty abusers who take advantage of young men’s naïveté. The term,…

Poem: None of your business

It doesn’t make sense to me that a few get to define the majority’s reality. Regurgitate the terminology or be labeled an enemy bigot. Shaming and labeling a whirlwind of spin catch phrases redefine biology. Just because you define yourself as non binary it doesn’t mean the rest of us have to explain or submit…

Poem: if we could quit

If we could quit our jobs Do what we really love Could we all survive that much happiness? Maybe that’s why we have to die to experience true bliss. Or maybe this place is an interim a landing space a mock up spell of wondering. The rewards of positive thinking and living jogging, detoxing, yoga…

Poem: Apologetic Make Up

I’m guilty of it Stuck in it’s trap Telling me I’m not good enough Saying I need to improve Use this and that and don’t forget to do squats. Cellulite and wrinkle fear Shame at muffin top wobbles Run in a silver trash bag to melt off the blubber Line my eyes my lips my…

Gray Pride

(All copyright free images are from pixabay.com) Modern society stresses the importance of youthful beauty in film, music and media. Sex symbols are airbrushed smooth in photographs; their skin appears flawless, wrinkle-free and polished. The Media creates a vacuum of emptiness so they can fulfill the illusion of overcoming it, in the same way that…