Roe v Wade overturned – a poem (Friday Night Poetry Corner #277)

Good evening everyone. Here is another Friday Night Poetry Corner that is much deserved due to the events of the day. I will fall back while this wonderful, painful poem is read….

ASHES AND DEW—“Roe v Wade overturned – a poem”

How Have Women Fought Against Oppression Throughout History? For centuries, feminists have struggled against the oppression of women. What is the concept of oppression exactly, and how have women fought it?  Rod Foster

2 thoughts on “Roe v Wade overturned – a poem (Friday Night Poetry Corner #277)

  1. Kevin – I attended your talk at the MWA tonight and wanted you to know that the concept and importance of environment resonated for me. Since I have not thought about it in that manner before, I realize that I have used setting as a stage where the narrative plays out rather than an environment that can create and complicate conflict. Thanks for your insights. – John

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    1. Hey John.

      Thank you for this. Seriously I really appreciate you taking time out of your day to listen to me giving my thoughts for the moment. I am really glad you took something from this. Thank you once again 🙂🙏🏿


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