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The voice comes through darkness and has no face. The train started to move, I looked at her. In "Backwards," the unnamed narrator consoles a fellow victim of domestic abuse. There is only a death, indefinitely postponed. It is a violent, shocking and also somehow hopeful take on a feminist poem. She read quiescently, only her thumb moving, ever so slightly, as she page forward through her Kindle. I tightened my coat around me as I stepped down the stairs onto the quay, carry-on in my right hand. Why do they sin? The doors slammed shut with thud, I pulled down on the handle, they were locked. This too is history.
Was it good, bad, or somewhere in between? She wished to make herself more beautiful.
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This poem contemplates the nature of prison and also marriage and reminds us, more than once, "This is not fantasy, it is history. What are to-be verbs? Toru Dutt's poetry in particular has been labelled extraordinary, because her writing "created a new idiom in Indian English verse. I follow a sequin thread of dead Things, stop when the moon clocks out, Polish my long nails in the sun. The crowd had thinned. Not necessarily recognized in her own lifetime, Dickinson offers powerful female speakers. One of her most famous feminist poems, "Diving" searches beneath the mythology of gender and sexuality, looking for "the thing itself and not the myth. This voice becomes her mirror.
We believe that we can enrich ourselves more in supporting and giving to each other than by competing against each other; and that poetry— if it is poetry— exists in a realm beyond ranking and comparison.
Why was I so drawn to her, like a moth to flame?
There is nothing until you leave the bathroom and the man behind the counter says Slow down, child. I raised my head slowly, our eyes met, locked, time stopped.
As starkly sexist as the above passage might seem to contemporary readers, the idea that women and female experience were incompatible with poetry continued to hold sway for the next years, until second-wave feminism of the s and s brought a political and cultural watershed. It is a violent, shocking and also somehow hopeful take on a feminist poem.
Perhaps there have never been any, and thus no man could save his life by marriage. The pill you order arrives in a yellow envelope. Her angry gaze cut through me. She read quiescently, only her thumb moving, ever so slightly, as she page forward through her Kindle.
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In "Backwards," the unnamed narrator consoles a fellow victim of domestic abuse. Many have appeared in influential anthologies, including No More Masks! I looked down and apologized. The crowd had thinned. Engaging with male writers like Ralph Waldo Emerson or William Wordsworth , her work is praised for developing "others ways of representing the position of a female speaking subject" in particular romantic and psychological dynamics. One of her most famous feminist poems, "Diving" searches beneath the mythology of gender and sexuality, looking for "the thing itself and not the myth. The fact is there are no stories I can tell my friends that will make them feel better. In an instant it was in front of me, slowing down, coming to a stop, the doors hissing open. She squealed in surprised, her voice full of youth and nubility. I waited a bit, for the groups to board the train. The train pulled into to Ile-de-la-Cite, rapidly slowing down, passengers counter balancing so as not to fall over. The train started to move, I looked at her.
By praising a woman who is powerful because of her gender and not in spite of it, this might just be the very first feminist poem. These things can best be had by marrying a woman who has been condemned to death by other men for wishing to be beautiful.
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She read quiescently, only her thumb moving, ever so slightly, as she page forward through her Kindle. Perhaps there have never been any, and thus no man could save his life by marriage. These things happen and we sit at a table and tell stories about them so we can finally believe. Pavana Reddy, A Soft Woman Though she may be a woman of few words, Pavana Reddy's poetry encapsulates the strength inherent in every woman. Our eyes meet. I slung my satchel around my chest, grabbed my carry-on, and made my way to the exit. She must marry the hangman or no one, but that is not so bad. She had assessed me in the blink of her eyes.
Panic surged up within me, as I feared I would never see her again.
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