Another poem from my love, sex and relationship series. Like “First Girl,” this one has some teeth. Not your typical love poem. Continue reading Prose Poem: Pan, Peter Pan.
Sex, love and relationships are rarely easy, especially when you’re young. Continue reading Prose Poem: The First Girl
Another poem from my series on love, sex and relationships. Continue reading Prose Poem: All of You
This post includes both a poem and a self-portrait. “Attempting Perfection is a prose poem about self-image and body dysmorphia, while the photograph demonstrates feeling invisible due to severe illness. Continue reading Poetry & Photography: Attempting Perfection & Disappearing Spoonie
by Michelle Beltano Curtis You’ve abandoned me my friend, you—my religion—in my crisis, my greatest time of need. My peril of spirit and body slipping away from the world with all that it used to mean. Without you, I am nothing, nothing, no joy, no quake, no death, no rebirth, no release. You do not reel me in, do not free me. You do not … Continue reading Prose Poem: La Petit Mort
Meet your new bestie… Continue reading Original Prose Poem: Agony
Rich with imagery and mystery, this fanciful prose poem imagines the past life of a skilled immigrant woman. Continue reading Original Prose Poem: The Pianist