I wanted a special kind of lesbian love poem. I wanted poems that weren’t pornographic, yet still captured the joy and beauty of romance. I wanted poems with … the memories … the fantasies … the hopes and dreams … all of it. A muse came and sat on my shoulder, and so we began. […]
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Women poets that bring love and beauty to the world abound. Virtually every poet mentioned in this website is a woman poet. Here are some of our favorites.
Every year I search for an inspired calendar/ datebook, one for women, one with poetry and stunning images. One that makes me feel like I can conquer the world. (Note: If you would like your art or writing to be considered for the 2016 We’Moon Calendar, check out the announcement here.) How in heaven’s name […]
Christina Rosetti wrote lots of poems. Probably hundreds. And how many of them reflect a lesbian love interest? Well, only one is routinely quoted. It is, critics, say her best poem, and it is centered around two sisters who defy goblin like creatures. Here is the section that is most often quoted to establish Christina’s […]
Oh dear. I’ve been pondering putting together some of my lesbian love poems into a little book to be titled “Sausalito Sunrise” and I am stumped. I honestly don’t think they are very good, but they are certainly better than I thought they would be when I began writing a few months ago. I think […]