Poetry

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Kyler Prescott’s Profound Poem About Identity

In 2015, 14-year-old transgender boy, Kyler Prescott, aged 14 was found dead in his bedroom at his family home in Sa Diego. Kyler was born biologically female but only felt

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Body Cartography

Your body is a piece of parchment paper And you are the cartographer Inscribing small lines across it Each line is portentous A memory made into an etching Of the

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JUST TO FALL IN LOVE WITH YOU

Just to fall in love… I don’t want to walk. I have no interest in running. And I wish not to fly. Each breath that I take slows with the

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The Ritual Prayer Of Malediction

The Hereafter, Like a Dirge: The hereafter like a dirge comes calling softly Mighty Father, we have sacrificed Let us not die till we reach old age Mighty Father, God

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The Truth About You

You’re not the perfect one for me. You’re the rightest one. And no, I don’t mean that in the very sense of the word I’m talking about how you fit

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A Verse To Sex

The clothes are off and your heart pounds. There is a touch of skin and your members are awoken. The tongue is unleashed and your chops are welcoming. There is

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ON NIGHTS LIKE THIS…NIGHTS OF SIN

On nights like this I become a sis Kneeling before a dick Hormones oozing sporadic I become, to others, a Sin * On other nights, I cry Wanting nothing but

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MISPLACED LOVE

You’ll know someone is THE ONE If your heart knocks your ribcage when they’re near This Sandra says *  My heart yearns for you alone My soul craves you, Ekene

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THE MASOCHIST

Scars tell a story, mine tell stories of my love pain His lips touch my scars, kissing them, licking them He cradles me, makes love to me And when he

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HWYL

Sitting across the dimly-lit table Alone It wasn’t always like this… * My paramour I was enamoured by you Those chocolate-brown spheres Setting my soul ablaze Blasting me into oblivion