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30 Days of Poetry

I Write in Symbols — Sometimes Vague

A poem

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I splatter jewels upon the page
to stain my world a bold-hued rage

My pen yowls sounds of ecstasy
to better tame the inner me

My prose is silky, sweet and smooth
since our one-plus-one equals two

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Pollinate Magazine seeks to expand and discuss the ideas around what it means to create and practice spirituality in the modern world. Our writers provide unique perspectives and multiple entry points into the dialog. Join us in the exploration.

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Ann Marie Steele

Ann Marie Steele

I write poetry about love and loss, what I observe, experience, and pine for. I’m an acrobat, yogi & mom. My writing has been described as resiliently defiant.

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