The lines here were found in the news and on social media reflecting the experiences and trauma of victims of rape.
“Say That” by Anne McCrady appeared in the 2019 international anthology Living Peace, commemorating the U.N. International Day of Peace and those living compassionate lives of service.
marking a year of Russia’s assault on Ukraine Here we are an old couple bitter in our disdain […]
“Dreaming in Mariupol” imagines the dream of a Ukrainian trapped in the rubble of the city.
“Siege” was written during the icy days of Putin’s Russian military invasion of Ukraine.
“Too Many Days” considers the plight of so many during the Great Resignation.
Like the tentative first buds of flowers unfolding as the answer to winter’s desperate prayers, signs of hope […]
“Documentary: January, 2021” is a look back at the anguishing past year.
“I Begin with Fear” was written on Election Day 2020.
“Indicators” considers the irony of cheerful cable news amid the disastrous personal reality of Americans.