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To Scale

To those tongues with units on them,

For too long you’ve preached and believed in the fixed standard of beauty. You stitched fabrics that would sculpt bodies in ways they might not have meant to be; making their insides tangle with claustrophobia.  Continue reading To Scale



“Chubby cheeks, dimple chin

Rosy lips, teeth within.

Curly hair, very fair,

Eyes are blue – lovely too.

Is that you?”

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I’ve watched her

Walk past me

In a dance trance

With the music

Of sunrise.

I was six

And she thirty.

Continue reading Creation