Posts Tagged ‘poetry’

“I wish I could show you … the astonishing light of your own being.”

10/16/2014  |  12 Comments

I read so many things about queer folks and trans folks and genderqueer folks about dating and sex and how... more

Where I Come From

Where I Come From

07/21/2014  |  2 Comments

1. mother of northern lights magic beacons that dance across the sky. me, four years old, eight years old, nine ten... more

Bored Kinkster Blues

Bored Kinkster Blues

06/30/2014  |  2 Comments

You’ve been an out and proud kinkster—a submissive, let’s say—for years and years. You’ve done all the things. You’ve tried... more

What It Means To Love You

What It Means To Love You

05/23/2014  |  5 Comments

An adventure for which I have been preparing, long before we met. A practice in honesty with myself and others. A crow bar opening... more

Protected: “And bowing not knowing to what”

03/05/2014  |  Enter your password to view comments.

My dad died two years ago tomorrow. What's the word for someone's death anniversary? Deathiversary? Anniversary of their death? There... more

Gender, Poetry, and Smut: Current Recommended Reads

Gender, Poetry, and Smut: Current Recommended Reads

12/17/2013  |  4 Comments

I have stacks of books on my lists to tell y'all about, and so many other things to write to... more

Protected: Making Peace #20

09/22/2013  |  Enter your password to view comments.

Fix your hair. Make yourself presentable. Fix the way those flowers wilt and fade on your table. Things shouldn't die.... more

Two years with Rife

09/17/2013  |  8 Comments

When I think about the past two years, and trying to put some sort of something together to explain how... more

What It Means

09/05/2013  |  4 Comments

1. To Love You An adventure for which I have been preparing, long before we met. A practice in honesty with myself and others.... more

Protected: Making Peace #2

08/27/2013  |  Enter your password to view comments.

Recipes for making peace vary widely from culture to culture, state to state, neighborhood to neighborhood, person to person. My... more