Stripping Paint

peel veneerfrom lips to hipsas whispers steerwhere honesty lives ~ M.G. Iannucci 2020 Art: Painted Woman

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Bourbon Street 52

I took a tour of my mortality on the streets of New Orleans where Katrina left her watermarks on the fleur de lis. And a priest picked me up, with a Uhaul truck. My sins he would hear while returning for more gear. He threw the toolbox in the rear, and said: “talk to me”. […]

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My Reading of “Her” by Vidur Sahdev

This was the first reading of the poem. I was changing the pronouns as I went and in the end, I was surprised. I thought to record it again, but why? Honesty is beautiful. Thank you once again Vidur for granting me the joy of reading your work. You can find more of Vidur’s Poetry […]

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Woman

Wearing a wiley grin, a woman who smashed her chains, never to be bound again.

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Belonging

A friend that I met on the path this morning. It is always, “ask and you receive”.

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