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.
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One hundred and two days is my greatest accomplishment to date. In one hundred and two days, I have awoke to a life I was sleepwalking through. I have spent one hundred and two days living with a clear mind, … Continue reading
you are the smell of sharpie pens i use to scratch shit out onto my skin. like mushy blushing endearments across my forearms and forehead. broad strokes. that smell, covering me in poetics and charms. ©jjj
sacred core soaked in moonlight. i rested the weight of my standing body against the car, leaning back with my hands laced behind my head. my elbows wide and up, stomach warmed by exposure, mouth smiling broad and beaming. gazing up, … Continue reading
full moons and oracles and omens. i will build an alter. light candles. sleep with crystals. and dream of feathers in flight. ©jjj
i wanted to strip down naked in winter that mid-afternoon you came pouring down. my body wanted all of you–sun divine and father to us all: pump my blood faster and heat my spirit to boiling. ©jjj