l.grace.ll

Canada

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l.grace.ll (Canada) published:

the irony of a published work

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"bestseller"
that's what they called 
the 237839th book
with the same dynamic
of a love triangle 
the enemies to lovers 
slowburn that burnt my fingers
as i typed it onto wattpad
for the world to tear apart
might not have sold well
i think it's still better

"award-winning"
they cooed at the sob story
of a white woman's week
spent in Africa building
one house; tearing down 
criticism of her toxic
white savior complex
i've found more useful 
threads on...

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5 months ago

l.grace.ll (Canada) reviewed:

reservoir girls

PROMPT: Collective Voice

this piece is also amazingly dystopian-the descriptions aren't flowery or vivid, but bleak and gloomy and honest. i think this is really good because it matches the reality of both oppressive-suppressive structures and the thought process of individual people pleasers.

7 months ago

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l.grace.ll (Canada) published:

beyond reason

PROMPT: Beyond Reason

do the trees weep for their brother's corpses
as children read books under their shade?
do leaves on branches scream in horror
as they witness others fall to their grave?

do my boot soles weep when they step on grass
or are the crunching noises their sinister cackles?
when i heave logs into my fire place, do they
scream-is that why I hear those crackles?



 

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l.grace.ll (Canada) published:

because white men can't police their imagination

PROMPT: Black Literature Matters

“because white men can’t
police their imagination
black men are dying.”
--Claudia Rankine, Citizen: An American Lyric

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when the white man imagines 
the black man
holding a bag 
a dime-sized ziploc
of weed or crack
as the biggest threat 
to the nation's morale
as if the nation 
ever had any morale
as if presidents*
who didn't care about 
black men and women
hadn't forced them into
generational addiction
records of crime
slavery under prison
but no
the white man...

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7 months ago