SMITTEN poet, Ruth Bowley – “Poetry/writing has spared me from the scars of growing up gay in a catholic and abusive household. First, I found my voice, in regards to religion.”
Ruth Bowley is just a simple observer of all things unknown. Of all things worth fighting for. Being a woman, being a survivor, being.
Poetry/writing has spared me from the scars of growing up gay in a catholic and abusive household. First, I found my voice, in regards to religion. Second, I had been witness to those who were gay in the 80’s and felt a change was needed. Most importantly, I wanted my words to be that change.
Rita Mae Brown wrote books about her affection for cats and her affection for women: A
Short Note for Liberals
I’ve seen your kind before
Forty plus and secure
Settling for a kiss from feeble winds
And calling it a storm.
I have always been political. Why we allow the moral majority contain us…still leaves me in awe. It is far better to go down fighting than to have done nothing…
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