This poem was inspired by the #metoo movement on social media. It was originally published on Facebook. Me too. Maybe if all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote “Me too” as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem. Please copy paste. Easy. Done. … Continue reading #metoo
F rolicking, laughter echoes in R esponse to shared secrets – I f only these moments would linger E ternally. Count on me, as N ight counts on D awn to break, just when darkness S eems unending. H ow time molds an I nsignificant other into P redestined companion.
This poem was originally published in Volume XV of Marine Creek Reflections, the creative literary journal of Tarrant County College Northwest of which Dalise was a student staff editor in 2014. Life bursts from familiar darkness into incriminating white; intensified by blinding light - reflection off white-washed walls and bleached tile floors; wrapped tightly in a … Continue reading White Life