Thursday, May 19, 2011

She Freed Herself

Just free to share this: one of my poems made its way to the Red Silk Anthology. Celebration is in June/11, where I am invited to read my poem!

It's not even one of my favorite poems, but hey, among a huge number of submissions it proved to be remarkable!

You know... it may be silly but it feels good to be published by the third time!

She Freed Herself

Everyday is the same way...
the house, the spouse
not how things lay
but how don't rouse.

The way is the same
the timing, the dining
makes life lame,
tattered lining.

Same continuation
day in, day out
like a bus station.
A pout, a drought.

Who's to blame
when all is the same?
Tame dame
what a shame!

One day, it was not the same!
There was a commotion
then a deep silence came,
the Earth called her name.

By Rosangela C. Taylor

Thanks for reading!!  ;-)

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