When you join the Marines, you lose all sense of personal space and privacy. You shower with other Marines, eat with other Marines, share a barracks room with other Marines. It’s no different when you go to war, either. Everything is shared and spaces are communal. Though some do end up with a room of … Continue reading A Room of One’s Own – Peter Martuneac
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Commence down the forest path imagine this place as a room of one's own where the light dances upon the trembling leaves and words come and flow like bird song on the breeze rustling the branches and it is here where shadows play tag with newborn life and rain washes clean the day's dust and … Continue reading A Room of One’s Own – Heather Carr-Rowe
What can it mean, to have a room of one's own? What is the value of a space inviolate? Priceless, one can say, such a sanctum Where none may enter but by invitation How like it is to a woman’s own body, The same rule applied to both. Bob Wertzler is retired from almost twenty … Continue reading A Room of One’s Own – Robert G Wertzler
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What happens when A baby is born But a mother's love is not The juxtaposition of sunlight and shadow Is as distinct as day and night There is no balance between the two The transformation is extreme There is no easing into motherhood No gentle learning curve Like a fairground roller coaster Pregnancy is the … Continue reading An honest poem about PNA* – Aj Mac