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Poetry

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What more can be said that has not been said about Walt Whitman? A good question. To be honest I do not have any more insight than the average man out there who has read Whitman, but let me give…
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When I help a woman on with her jacket, my sexuality grabs my gender identity and waltzes it around the room. I’m a woman, but there’s a man in me. He’s a bit of a fop, sort of a pansy.…
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i dont understand why i am the way i am. all i know is that i love her from their head to her toes. i love them i love the way she feel when i rub over her body. i…
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First having read the book of myths, and loaded the camera, and checked the edge of the knife-blade, I put on the body-armor of black rubber the absurd flippers the grave and awkward mask. I am having to do this…
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  I gave my first love laughter,    I gave my second tears,   I gave my third love silence    Through all the years.   My first love gave me singing,    My second eyes to see,   But…
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     With a milky and even wave      The moon washed the cold parquet.      I sweetly was sleeping under the moon,      To a hot cheek pressing a bouquet.
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One day you finally knew what you had to do, and began, though the voices around you kept shouting their bad advice-- through the whole house began to tremble and you felt the old tug at your ankles. "Mend my…
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Six hours like this for a few francs. Belly nipple arse in the window light, he drains the color from me.   Further to the right, Madame. And do try to be still. I shall be represented analytically and hung in…
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She wrote of death, and its desire Never quite knowing if she was Coming out or going in- And committed suicide, like a coward At twenty-nine (in 1962), much like   Her contemporaries: Hemingway,   Sterling, Plath and Sexton...!  …
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she pulled her dress off over her head and I saw the panties indented somewhat into the crotch. it's only human. now we've got to do it. I've got to do it after all that bluff. it's like a party--…
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Adrienne Rich, who died at the age of 82 on April 3rd, at her home in Santa Cruz, California, is considered "a poet of towering reputation and towering rage" and "one of the best-known American public intellectuals." Through her poetry,…

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