A new poem and finally a tentative title for my series in progress on love, sex and relationships! Continue reading Prose Poem: Always What I Wanted
Another from my love, sex and relationships series that I really, really need to name already, don’t I? Though our relationships with some may not last long, they still leave an impression. Continue reading Prose Poem: Radar Blip
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 untitled love, sex and relationship series. This poem delves into themes of fluid sexuality, same sex marriage, lesbian fears about bi girls (oh my) and why I couldn’t have married “The Last Woman,” even if it had been legal. Continue reading Poetry: The Last Woman
From my untitled series on love, sex and relationships. As always, critiques are welcome. Stirring Things Up You’re one tall, cool drink of water.Let me inject you with CO2shake you gently;it’s been so long since I’ve seen you dance.Bubble forth. Remind me what it is to laugh. by Michelle Beltano Curtis All Rights Reserved. “Getting Stirred Up” may not be reprinted without permission. Continue reading Poem: Stirring Things Up
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 hold me close, only … Continue reading Prose Poem: La Petit Mort