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Haiku: Red Lips Don’t Hide the Blues

1. she dissects herself a brown body mosaic strewn and fragmented   a crimson stained wrist shaky hand unstable mind secrets in her blood   she collects herself but red lips don’t hide the blues can’t face her own face   parentified child there’s still...

Moving On

getting used to not being in love like an infant fresh out the womb flailing and yelling disconnecting emotional cords tattered and worn like fly away hairs — if i must remain share custody of philly your essence is strong like weed, broken promises, and unkempt...

Red

One of my few happy haiku on love lol: I come to you red Horizontal and lip locked Mouths speak to my skin

Qariama: A Sci Fi Haiku

Us, Qariama Androidinizing Time suspends her lows – I’m on fast forward Now just slipped through my fingers Time suspends my highs – Space beneath our feet With them running through my veins We clumsily move – The dust in my hair Last remnants of my...

My First Sci Fi Short Story Series!

Qariama By Vanessa Butterfly Thunderwolf. I. That’s me in the middle of infinity. Cleansing myself. Androidinizing. The veil between my world and the world outside my brain is becoming thinner by the second. My ancestors, my former selves, are putting their two cents...

validation

clinging to morsels of validation hoping it will fill the emptiness but it’s a starless winter midnight inside me A good night’s rest,  a good morning vomit and dust in an empty wallet live at the bottom of this bottle you tried to cry for me but you...

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