We will present a variety of poems written by Meridel LeSueur and invite readers to comment and share their thoughts and perhaps their own poetry.
No Enemy Faces None of it was true about our enemies. we have none. Women never birth enemy faces An enemy face is never born No walls, barriers, closed wombs The barren and the breastless summer … Continue reading
Offer Me Refuge My prairie people are my home Bird I return flying o their breasts. Waving out of all exiled space They offer me refuge To die and be resurrected in their seasonal flowering. My food their breasts milked … Continue reading