“Evelyn” by Joseph Vasquez

“Evelyn” by Joseph Vasquez

I thought I could put any puzzle together until I met you, now that you’re gone, I’m the one that’s fallen to pieces. That’s what happens when you don’t fight for her, fight the inner thoughts that tell you you’re not good enough, that you can never overcome yourself. There’s only been one woman that…

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“We tell her that she can fly, but we still clip her wings” by Joseph Vasquez

“We tell her that she can fly, but we still clip her wings” by Joseph Vasquez

Why are so many people afraid to see a woman succeed? We have women that are literally dying to try to get an education. Why do we oppress the most precious resource on Earth? Are we so insecure that we fear a smart woman? Women are natural nurturers, and the world needs to be nurtured….

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“Before you call her a slut” by Joseph Vasquez

“Before you call her a slut” by Joseph Vasquez

I don’t mean to offend by the provocative title   I’ve been a romance writer for the past few years, and in this time, I’ve been asked several questions; one question, in particular, made me evaluate my life in so many ways: “So you write for women, and talk about how they should be treated,…

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White flowers and coffee

White flowers and coffee

When your blood starts beating slowly, you know it’s time to turn. Your breath becomes heavy, exhausting. Your steps drag your shadow, you can no longer fix your eyes. Loneliness… forsaken. Maybe… you need someone to read you a story while you’re trying to hide. Perhaps… white flowers and coffee. Once red and wine. Now…

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Quick thought. Miss

Quick thought. Miss

When you cannot fall apart without giving a last breath. Missing someone in such a sharp way, that you lose control over your heart beat. Not a thought in sight. Only an obsession. Sleepless nights, bleeding dreams, Your veins race without direction. Never again, but just a sound… “Stay with me. I’ll be your guard.”…

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