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Apologies

Apologies

By Jackie Leavitt Right now my brain feels like putty after its been rolled around, squished by a five year old’s dirty booger hands Haven’t really had a good sleep in a few days because of the dogs.   Poem formatting by Maggie Slepian thetrek.co/author/maggie-slepian   […]

Why Don’t You Love Me?

Why Don’t You Love Me?

By Jackie Leavitt Solar deity, Why do you not turn your benevolent face upon mine, But rather prefer to scorch my skin, White in surrender, Now turned scarlet under your fury? Like King Midas, Your light touch turns Other glistening bodies golden, But mine, you […]