Tagged: Poetry

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Patriarchy Love Poetry

Want to say, “I love you,” to that special someone? And also, “I support the patriarchal order in the home”? Try one of these patriarchy–approved love poems for your sweetheart/head of household/helpmate. For her:...

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Uncomfortable Faith

I wrote the this poem after being confirmed in my Community of Christ congregation in December 2016. I discussed my faith transition with Brittany Mangelson on the Project Zion podcast. Uncomfortable Faith I saw the blessing...

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Poetry for the end of this year

I belong to a wonderful book group that has been meeting for more than 20 years.  One of the things I’ve come to love most about this group is that instead of discussing a...

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The Lock

          The Lock Every evening I brush one damp curl from my baby’s forehead And in its place leave a long, mama kiss My sweet strawberry of a boy is...

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Guest Post: To Hearken

By Tessa “Now don’t talk too much,” he preaches from that unreachable pulpit, dark suit and tie. After all, why would I need to say anything? My needs are only so-called– not valid, not...