An Amygdala
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An Amygdala

Reclaim Your Humanity By Being Brave

But remember, it won’t be the easiest thing you do.

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“You should have done something.”

This sentence plays like a relentless voice-over in my mind.

I remember the humid stick of that summer day on my childhood skin. The brownness that wasn’t a strange color in that city. The ricksha motor’s…

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Rebeca Ansar

Rebeca Ansar

You Are Your Own, a curated collection of my feminist poems is available on Amazon & Free via Kindle Select: https://rb.gy/ncz77r

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