Tag: women

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by Margaret Sackville
We knew, this thing at least we knew, – the worth / Of life: this was our secret learned at birth. / We...
by Joan Ure
Certain women. And some young boys. / Women with some uncertainties / but something they knew about / that made them need to say something. / Two of...
by Pippa Little
we stand together, each one a Spartaca / no longer silent or alone: each voice stronger, / massing, alive, a...
by Magi Gibson
My sisters, the time has come / to let your hair grow long and wild and grey, / to cast away the heated rollers...
by Pauline Prior-Pitt
so / / easy to...
by Aiko Greig
Who can gauge our range or pace? Every woman, / a signal tower, an illusion, a ship bearing dead ahead.
by Lorna Goodison
Nothing Massa like / like more slave pickney / to grow into big slave / to serve slavery.
by Tom Leonard
I like seeing nurse frieda knitting / as I like watching my wife knitting / as I liked watching my mother knitting / though she was...
by Kathleen Jamie
an extract / / she wants to strip the willow / she desires the keys / ...
by Tamara Fulcher
Dressing yourself, you have found leopard-print tights / can be made to match a tiger-print top and ruby slippers, / absolutely flat; that you...
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