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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we need this air, this slow way about it. addicted deep perception. eager instinct and looking at the world. we never end: this dense persistent flesh and spark of soul, clinking in still existence. we are strange in any context; … 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
walking, the morning winter winds pick up and jingle the brass bells tied to a glossy red ribbon nailed to my front porch post. their sounding clears my energy. rejuvenates my soul. the molecules surrounding my being whip into a … Continue reading
mostly formed heart of all human development, basically the blueprint. a point–selling short emotional development. to associate, to identify, enjoy pleasure with being different… believe anyone is. death, on this planet, a double edged sword. to create an “us” and … Continue reading
we are intentional and eager. we are howling. stirring in the muck. stretching out to full extension. there is still purpose. rapid fire crackling and bursting all around us–our bodies the accelerate. incendiary. heat. speak up. act out. resist. ©jjj
out there just beyond the outer edge, hunting in the void of noise, is where i expand to dare, against my instinct to shrivel up and blow away. then: i think of the ocean days, days we slowed time together. … Continue reading