Tag Archives: Poetry Month

The Summoning

The Summoning. She cried out, “BB! BB! My anxiety is KILLING me!” realizing the only one in that bed was she. In fact she couldn’t grasp the reality that she was actually alone now her words echoing against the walls, … Continue reading

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Because Nocturnal Writing Occasionally Get’s Lost in Translation.

Happy Poetry Month!! Here’s a little sociopolitical activist poetry to add to the celebration of the month: “Affective Pushback in the Land of the Free. Affect Aliens don’t need the social pacifiers of happiness and success; ideals construed within our disparate power … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration- Week 14 Affect Aliens & Directed Writing: It’s Okay, We’re All [Feminists] Here, Right?

Affective Pushback in the Land of the Free. Affect Aliens don’t need the social pacifiers of happiness and success; ideals construed within our disparate power relations then codified through subjection. *     *     * No, Affect Aliens don’t … Continue reading

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