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ISBN : 1449489427
Editorial: Schuster Inc. (06/03/2018)

Calificación promedio : 3.5/5 (sobre 3 calificaciones)
The witch: supernaturally powerful, inscrutably independent, and now—indestructible. These moving, relatable poems encourage resilience and embolden women to take control of their own stories. Enemies try to judge, oppress, and marginalize her, but the witch doesn’t burn in this one
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 21 May 2021
I think this part of the women are some kinf of magic series is better than the first one.
I like the author talks so freely about rape, anorexic, misogony, abuse and dead. Someone must say them loud so something can change. The society normalize all these situations like always happen through the centuries but they're not. In some point, they started to happen and we have to find a way to stop them, especially the hate for the condition of being a woman. We are equals.
“i am a woman.
i am a human.
& i matter
with no conditions
you may not
see my worth,
but i do.
i do.”
Anyways, even I like the manifest of Amanda Lovelace, I disaprove how violance some poems are. I'm not talking about the realistic ones, I refer those encourage to use the violance as instrument for the cause. Men burned us, still do but we are better, we should raise our voices, not our fists.
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 04 February 2019
Segunda oportunidad que le doy a esta autora y ha sido una completa decepción.
A parte de que es un poemario reivindicativo (se salva tres o cuatro), ni llega al lector ni aporta nada que ya no sepamos. No lo recomiendo.
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FlequillorebeldeFlequillorebelde17 January 2019
i´m afraid
i must confess

i inherited
my mother´s rage

& the

that came
before her

& all the

that raced down
every branch

of our tangled up
family tree.

-nothing can extinguish me
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FlequillorebeldeFlequillorebelde17 January 2019
this is
an overdue
love letter
to each
and every
who walked
these fields
before me
the path
soft enough
for me to
walk through
to get to
the side
they could
never reach
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FlequillorebeldeFlequillorebelde17 January 2019
who said
had a
wee bit of witch
in her:

got nothing
on me.
-& i´ve only just begun
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FlequillorebeldeFlequillorebelde17 January 2019
they don´t even know what´s coming. how cute.
we shouldn´t be afraid of them.
no no no.
they should be afraid of us.
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FlequillorebeldeFlequillorebelde17 January 2019
red lipstick
an external sign
of internal

-we tried to warn you
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