How Devorah stopped surrendering her unique gifts to please her husband, and instead learned to honour and accept herself.
An honest poem about self-doubt, leadership, humility, and the creative process.
“Call this a love letter, call it
unlike anyone else’s, but with threads
and adornments from the Great
Ones—the star-crossed fables, the fairy tales”
“My mind goes where my heart
dares not; feelings and logic;
“I tanned the cancer into my flesh …shaved my teeth
to needles …filling
my mouth with bathroom fixtures, let doctors
cut me apart like a hunting prize”
Janaya Martin’s intimate and candid poem about coping with the death of her father while trying to cultivate forgiveness.
“Almost a year has passed. A year. And I feel a longing. A longing to go back. To return to the woman with…”
Sabrina’s powerful poem about healing, forgiveness, and the profound strength of letting go.
Featured on National Public Radio, this is Michael’s powerful, evocative poem about the day of his father’s funeral.
Claire’s powerful, evocative poem about discovering her boundaries, tearing free of dependence on others, and finding a deeper sense of self-acceptance.