Bitter Matriarch Poems on Family, the Universe and Belonging

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Sinopsis

For anyone who has inherited generational suffering, Bitter Matriarch is a curative collection of poetry that explores family dynamics, spiritual growth and the human need for belonging. Poems from this collection were chosen for inclusion in the Enchanting Verses Literary Review (Australian Edition) 2019 edited by Siobhan Hodge and Amy Lin.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Parent/Child:

  • My Mother Had Me Tortured & Killed in Shang Times
  • Curses
  • Zen Enough
  • Unsung Rhizome
  • The Middle Path
  • Adopted for Two Hours
  • Kryptonite
  • Bitter Matriarch
  • Reflux

Chapter 2 - Growth:

  • Three Turn Up to Meditation
  • Iiyama
  • A Firm Hand
  • Stinging-Tree Wisdom
  • Defining Schadenfreude
  • Moon Moves On
  • david is goliath
  • Awakening Ghazal
  • The Third Mirror

Chapter 3 - Belonging:

  • Dear E
  • Graphology
  • Merlin's Owl
  • How Can I Belong Anywhere
  • Tentacles
  • After We Cleaved
  • Superpower
  • Black Sheep Ballade
  • Table
  • Naga Uta: Observance
  • Thank you, Softball Dad
  • Approximate Pentina
  • Andromeda
  • Embracing Life after Four Months of Bronchitis
  • Waiting
  • Letting Go of Dad
  • Rebirth

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