In this world where we are programmed to behave like rats, I refuse. I refuse to treat this body, this being, this beautiful presence as anything that it is not. In this world where we are programmed to behave like someone’s chickens, I hold myself with love. In this world where we are programmed toContinue reading “I Do Not Compete”
had the nature to birth not been tucked safely inside of her would she have survived our fear of vulnerability or would she be found today tucked safely in another book on his-story as a mythical creature who once loved
don’t count on me falling, i’m not a star the sun paints me in colours while the moon watches from afar my soul is a fire that burns without a desire don’t be mistaken, i’m alone but not forsaken i know that there’s no one quite like me i am earth
This poem is about the prostitute archetype present and active in all of us. How it compels us to search for our worth. How we don’t ever want to be not enough. How we want to please others.