The overturning (of Roe v Wade)

When we learned of it we became lost In our hometown. Landmarks repositioned themselves like Building blocks, some disappearing altogether into the Quicksand of patriarchy. On dark streetcorners Women stood in fear for their lives as always, shining of both Terror and triumph. And if you look back now- You may see them hardened intoContinue reading “The overturning (of Roe v Wade)”

I am who I am

Maia Writes: This is the season of graduations, and I have a Beloved one who graduates from high school in a couple of weeks. I am noticing the questions that are asked of young people at this stage. Queries range from “where have you been and what have you done?” to “where are you goingContinue reading “I am who I am”