Author: JessicaRose Hutchins

THE THINGS THEY SHOULD HAVE TOLD US: POETRY SERIES

Versions of Beauty  Ladies,  please stop thinking that the only version  of beauty is plaster on billboards  and strung between the covers of magazines.     Your freckles?  They’re your own personal constellations.  Your love handles?  Just a little extra you to hold onto.   Your frizzy hair?  The lioness inside you struggling for freedom.    You are so much more than  what the world says you can ...

THE THINGS WE LEARN: POETRY SERIES

What We Hold  Girl, you’ve been selling your soul,  but have lost sight of the worth.     A dime bag  is not a rose offered  by trembling hands.  A quick bump  is not poetry scribbled over your skin  by nervous fingertips.  A shot of smack  is not a vow of devotion  whispered by love-chapped lips.    You’ve forgotten all the things  you were holding out for.  And now,  you have nothing left to hol...

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