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Black Man

Tears slowly falls down from her eyes After the doctor says, “Congratulations, you’re having a boy” Suddenly, a glimpse of the future flashes before her eyes Revealing the harsh world that awaits her little boy Unbeknownst to him, the doctor smiles confusing her tears for joy She forces a smile that fails to convey much […]

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But I Remember…(Domestic Abuse)

But I remember… “Quit your job!” You demanded, one breadwinner is all we need Shocking, how from then on, your control over me grew in increasing speed But I remember… All it took was that one day when…, wait a minute, I can’t recall the beginning I mean, one day, we started to argue, all […]

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I Will Survive

I’m chocking on your words I tell myself I’m bigger than your voice I’m drifting away from your echoes I tell myself I’m stronger than your sounds I survived   Give me one reason to stay here Make me change my mind You don’t make it easy to be here Until then, I can’t change […]

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The Sketchbook

MOSTLY MONTREAL, MOST OF THE TIME

That Queer Lawyer

Learned and Queer. My Life.

Specks and Fragments

home of the elusive trope

Sliver of Darkness

I'm the last words of a slain poet

Emotional Shadows

where all emotions are cared for!

Wolff Poetry Literary Magazine

A Poet's Place | Wolff Poetry Literary Magazine is Publishing Poetry Submitted by Published & Emerging Writers,

TRAVELLING THE WORLD SOLO

The ultimate guide for independent travellers seeking inspiration, advice and adventures beyond their wildest dreams

Minnesota Prairie Roots

Writing and photography by Audrey Kletscher Helbling