Writing of Jessee J. JoLeeJessee JoLee is a student at Southern Oregon University pursuing a BFA in Creative Writing. They are a young queer scribbler primarily writing micropoetry and prose poetry. Their poem "eviction" was recently featured in the SOU Student Press, Vol. 2 Essential Oil.
Category Archives: prose
eye through a lens. you in a one inch box. captured time, and again. i took so many pictures of you. so many faces of you. when did i stop? ©jjj
biting at the bit. my teeth mark skin. harder. deeper in. ©jjj
snowglobe our kind of winter driving use caution. sharp curves ahead. ©jjj
look. up. ripe plum skin and double bubble sky the sky looks like a photograph now, it looks like a painting. look. the dogwood trees are in full bloom. ©jjj
here overhead it is shaded, clouds sail across the sun. but on a mountain in Nepal is it raining? do you know if a snowflake screams as it falls? ©jjj
the weight of a stone in my hands. and silence unattended in the woods. ©jjj