Are my London friends okay? Thinking of you.

@Mercy


Oh! I have poems to share later today. I hope you do, too. <3 https://t.co/5tT4ZBhowJ

@Mercy Oh! I have poems to share later today. I hope you do, too. <3 https://t.co/5tT4ZBhowJ — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) March 21, 2017


smitethepatriarchy: ithelpstodream: Amazing. @lunishel

smitethepatriarchy: ithelpstodream: Amazing. @lunishel via Tumblr


“I loved her, and sometimes she loved me too.”

“I loved her, and sometimes she loved me too.” – Pablo Neruda, Twenty Love Poems and Song of Despair (via bookmania) via Tumblr


What is this from?? I want to watch it. https://t.co/GnN5P0DfhA

@Mercy What is this from?? I want to watch it. https://t.co/GnN5P0DfhA — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) March 18, 2017


pulpmother: To My Last Period well, girl, goodbye, after…

pulpmother: To My Last Period well, girl, goodbye, after thirty-eight years. thirty-eight years and you never arrived splendid in your red dress without trouble for me somewhere, somehow. now it is done, and i feel just like the grandmothers who, after the hussy has gone, sit holding her photograph and sighing, wasn’t she beautiful? wasn’t […]


“She did look ravishing, / spookily insubstantial, a lipstick ghost on tissue,…”

“She did look ravishing, / spookily insubstantial, a lipstick ghost on tissue,…” – Rita Dove, from Sonata Mulattica: Poems; “The Bistro Styx,” (via violentwavesofemotion) via Tumblr


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This is my favorite poem of his. RIP Derek Walcott. https://t.co/8QqK8KfRl9

@Mercy This is my favorite poem of his. RIP Derek Walcott. https://t.co/8QqK8KfRl9 — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) March 17, 2017


Maya Angelou’s “Still I Rise”, beautiful words of defiance. https://t.co/Qgg9iCNAcl #InternationalWomensDay https://t.co/hKMgZaaW7j

@Mercy Maya Angelou's "Still I Rise", beautiful words of defiance. https://t.co/Qgg9iCNAcl #InternationalWomensDay http://pic.twitter.com/hKMgZaaW7j — Jenna Leng (@Mercy) March 8, 2017