A poem by Tony Robles
to Wed ’til death of the heart do us part the shopping cart.
Fairytale Once, a man told his mother that he was better than her. She asked her son why. He knocked her down. She got up and slapped him. He killed her in a silent rage. At sunset he raped his sister. He told her to forget her mother ever existed. He married her, named himself…
Note from the Other Side
Note from the Other Side a faithful man believes in equality trusts his wife wants to see her fly free to be who she is