A woman finds herself as a skeleton after personal, chaotic, life-altering grief. As light fills space between bone, as skin grows back thin and vulnerable, as she steps over the threshold of her damaged house, she discovers the most beautiful surprises threatened only by the fear that creeps close behind as she grapples with the… Continue reading Download Girl with Good Bones Today!
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And That Was That
You don't have to make a painful thing good. This poem was inspired by my struggling through the question, Why is it so easy for some women to get pregnant and others not? How can a woman have two babies before another woman even has one? Or why do some women experience so much pregnancy… Continue reading And That Was That
Held (HGaE, 5th & final poem)
There are definite themes of the grave in Hope Gives a Eulogy, because infertiliy is the death of many things. And I know death is a strong term, but I stand by it. Death of dreams. Death of who you were & who you'd thought you'd be. Death of of all that has never existed. Death… Continue reading Held (HGaE, 5th & final poem)
Mirage (HGaE, 3rd poem)
You are not the mirage. You are not infertility. You are not your expectations. Or your pain. Or your dreams that never came true. Or the life you never lived. You are you. And you are real.❤ order your copy