Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Bad Asses in Poetry: Poems of the Week

"And I’d like to be a bad woman, too,
And wear the brave stockings of night-black lace
And strut down the streets with paint on my face."
(Gwendolyn Brooks)

These have always been some of my favorite poems:

I read them when my soul needs some of that bad ass feminine nurturing. What are some of your favorite poems?

No comments: