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A 10 O’clocker’s Words of Wary (Poetry by Jessica Holter)

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Certain words make me nervous like nervous which creeps down my spine and spreads through my body infecting all my senses, as nerves are created to do   As a child, I was a 10 O’clocker Too smart for whatever was being taught from eight O’clock in the morning, until the first recess I spent my mornings at The Electric Company assuming it was somewhere near Sesame Street where they seemed to have a lot of things that did not belong there, like me   “One of these things is not like the others One of these things just doesn't...

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The Crack in Our Line by Jessica Holter (Ghetto Girl Blue)

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The Crack in Our Line   Come with me as I backslide to someplace far back in time when rappers were griots storytelling urban deities making bootstraps of rhyme Welcome to the other side Before the female fall from grace into the great crack in our line that put our sisters on their knees stole our grandmother’s wings spoiled the fruit of our wombs filled our breasts with poisoned powder before the World found us complicit in the crimes against us   Before the crack in our line that opened the nightly news to let the World peek through for...

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The Wicked Number 13

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Recently, the US government changed the distance needed to avoid contact with Covid 19, from 6 feet to 13 feet. This got me to thinking about numbers. Specifically the number 13, and it’s haunted reputation. Now, I know little to nothing about numerology, but I do have a deep understanding of subliminal crafting. By this I mean the power of suggestion and the implantation of ideas using media. For example, the film industry used to put little pictures of popcorn on film frames that went by so fast people were unaware. They called this  “motivational research” or “subliminal advertising.” Your...

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Sinister Convictions II: Private Ownership of American Bodies (A Ghetto Girl Blue Blog Post)

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Sinister Convictions II

Private Ownership of American Bodies 

Hi this is Jessica, sharing thoughts that may matter to you. It has been 10 years since I visited the subject of the ever-expanding prison system. Let us see where we are in 2020. ~ Ghetto Girl Blue 

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About Essential Oils

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These Essential Oils offer some of the most powerful healing options available from the hand of Mother Nature. Clove, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, and more...

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