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Tamyka Bell

writes. runs. drinks coffee. doesn’t go in for that whole sleep thing. @AltraRunning Red Team

marika bianca

storyteller, dreamer, chaser of light.

Heath ዟ “Growin up leads to growin old and then to dyin… and dyin, to me, don’t sound like all that much fun…”


Artist, Writer, Tattooist Apprentice, Yoga Teacher, Find me on Instagram, and UnSplash under the same name.

Kathy Jacobs

Former software tester, who still breaks things.. Social Media geek. Former OneNote MVP. Phoenix Mercury fan. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Usually.


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Indira Reddy

Endlessly fascinated by how 26 simple symbols can say so much…


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Michael Stalcup

I wonder with words.


all those fine August mornings so temporary so gold-ringed by heat haze... ~Emily Skaja

Harper Thorpe

Engaged citizen, poet, musician, humorist, family man. I value irreverence, soulfulness, and a big heart. Offering insight, introspection, shock & aw shucks!

Latest Posts

Seven Colors

A Haiku on Equality


Chalkboard One Line Poetry Prompt: Equality

What’s The Difference?

Hark, the tall tree of the lovely woods —  Doth thee not receiveth the same share Of this lovely world  As the shortest blade of grass…

Race & Sex

in response to this prompt by Silver Lining, for Chalkboard


They say it is women empowerment era,


can i pee here? can we hold hands? can i buy some skittles? can i get a doctor for my child?

The Universal Harness

a poem on equality

in the hive

a one line poem for the prompt “equality”


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