Author Archives: Becky Ellisor

Angry Me

Anger makes me quiet. It scares me. I don’t like losing control. That fear which overcomes me When I am fuming mad, Can keep me silent enough To stop my shouting from the rooftops About why I am so damned … Continue reading

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Super Heroes

Can it be? A super-duper race…Men, women, even childrenSo… what can they do That others can’t?They always make the right choiceThat’s what they doIt’s like they just know right offWhat is wrong and what is right.They make ethical choices That’s … Continue reading

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A Texas Woman’s Point of View

Yes, Mam. I do dress like a woman. I’m proud of being a woman. I am glad that I have soft curves and other women things. I like to feel pretty, and appreciated. But, I want all the things I … Continue reading

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We must come together.

Were we not together at nine eleven?Have we now lost faith in our country?Why aren’t we together anymore?Our forefathers didn’t act this way, did they?Why can’t we get ourselves together? Technology brings us together,But we all communicate nothing.Don’t tell everyone … Continue reading

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A Texas Woman takes on a Conservative Lady

Yes, Mam. I do dress like a woman. I’m proud of being a woman. I am glad that I have soft curves and other women things I like to feel pretty, and appreciated. But also, I want all the things … Continue reading

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