Dear Giantess

1 min

I am taking up the right amount of space for the first time. I am moving my parts to fit into the boxes I build. I write about gender identity, growth and new found movement  [+]

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Dear Giantess

I am as big as the sea
My hair as long as a neck
My thighs are ribbed with scars
How massive I have become

My breast swell when I raise my voice!
The rosemary blushes my chest and cheeks
Every inch of crunchy knuckle and bent elbow
Are in anticipation

I am as big as the Mansion on 41st
That fills itself

I am a giantess
Great as great can be
Potential energy all yellow
Screams from fingertips
And my toes

Tiny feet, mouths that nip at my skin
A buzzing by my ear
groins beg for my sorrow

The sun averts his eyes when I awake
Only moon and stars can dim their light
Icarus plummets for no greater light than me


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Keith Simmonds · ago
Great images for a very profound poetic work, Mickey ! My support! Good luck!
Very nice! It is very much you!! Well done!
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Tony Martello · ago
I fell like you are a giant redwood or something like that! Bravo! 5 votes- my full support. 2 of my stories made it into the finals as well: "Maize of Color" and "Green Springs" I would appreciate your continued support (votes) as well for the finals. Cheers! Tony
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viola harrison · ago
Hey Mickey, congratulations on finalist. Interesting poem and thoughtful. Gram
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Keren Faulkner · ago
You’re so talented, and I love seeing your work!
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Marie Moynahan · ago
Unique, true confidence, and boldness!
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Marsha Crockett · ago
Very unique poem.
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Thomas Harrison · ago
Very nice poem. Thank you.
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Nikki Zarzana · ago
I got you...remember: set your sights high(er)
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Andromeda Romano-Lax · ago
Thank you for sharing this with us, Mickey! Loved reading it!