National Poetry Month: Masked

Masked   Moonlight sings on a revelry night, a seduction veil of lace and lies Secrets beyond the smiles, past the pretty facade the temptation tango unfolds beneath someone else’s face for the night a stray whisper teases an elevation of convention that untamed liberty of anonymity camouflaged within another skin of fabric and fancy... Continue Reading →

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 30: And Proud Of It

My final poem for National Poetry Month, this last day of April.   And Proud Of It   A Woman I am not ashamed of who I am. Not ashamed of my gender. It does not define me, confine me it sets me free. I just wish the world could see, cease demeaning a woman © A.... Continue Reading →

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