This Week’s Poetry: Body Hair

From: milk & honey by Rupi Kaur “the next time he points out the hair on your legs is growing back remind that boy your body is not his home he is a guest        warn him to never outstep his welcome again” “removing all the hair off your body is okay if that’s whatContinue reading “This Week’s Poetry: Body Hair”

Poetry Prescription: Ijeoma, Rupi and Billy

Poetry is more than a few lines that rhyme, or throwing around big words trying to sound lyrical and esoteric. It’s an art and a form of communication. It exists in all languages, written or oral, and has always its uses in teaching, entertaining and beautifying the way we communicate with each other. There areContinue reading “Poetry Prescription: Ijeoma, Rupi and Billy”

Poetry: Stolen Pleasures

From: Poetically Ghetto there’s an intrusionbarging through closed gatesbreaking folds so delicateturning the resting soft stones devil spears this cottoned earthcanes into the silken claydefeated rails of defencemisfortunes of the luckless prey an agenda without gender or agewhat it finds it takeswithout asking or beggingno sound of permissions broken barrierswrecked wallswith arms of phallic privilegeandContinue reading “Poetry: Stolen Pleasures”