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
the morning is quiet. dribbling each word from my lips and witnessing scribbled up blank spaces layer into my life. wrenched tight within a part of the world… happenings spent waiting lifetimes apart. this seed sprouted: just let myself be. … Continue reading
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
right this moment stars surround and cradle you. squint at the atmosphere of earth. widen your view. for you belong to the clan, aware in radiance. ©jjj
spoken by my tenderfriend.