Tagged: poetry

Famous Women

World War II Ace, Nancy Wake (Poem)

When I was sixteen I ran away from home Became a nurse Went to London Became a journalist A European correspondent. Married a Frenchman Drove an ambulance In World War II Became a courier...

Famous Women

Victory Will Be Mine- Mrs. Pandava (Poem)

To be stripped, so they could see my V. My husband, the first, staked me. The loser was confident he’d win. Egged on by the others, the twins. Dragged, unknowing, into court My hair...

Famous Women

Susan Anthony, Feminist- Famous Women (Poem)

I fired the thunderbolts Fellow feminist Elizabeth Stanton forged. Men didn’t want women speaking in public Even more than they were against suffrage. Us women needed money to protest We campaigned for better property...

Abecedarian Poem

A-Z of Motherhood (Abecedarian Poem)

All I wanted was a Baby Couldn’t you have given one Didn’t that make sense Even if you pitied me Freak God? Hapless am I Jousting with twins Knuckling down LoLing, you. Maybe it’s...