it doesn’t end here a post reads
about yesterday’s march,
this is just the beginning
_______

pando muerte debbie says
day of the dead bread as i lift the sweet
doughy bites accompanied by
orange glaze and currants
to my mouth
_______
when she tells me
about the deer/animal dances
she explains about the permission,
the thanking for the death needed
to sustain life
_______
we are living in satire i say
how does one satire satire?

we are all so speechless debbie responds
_______

the skirt acts as a cone
to draw up mother earth’s energy
she shares insights from sharon day, water walker

it’s never about them
it’s always about
the bigger picture
_______

if anyone ever offers
to take you to abique/ghost ranch,
drop everything and go
she says from the couch
_______
the hilariousness of the albuquerque journal
using an entire paragraph
to avoid using the word pussy
in an article covering
the global phenomenon
of the women’s march

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