Women Warriors

We are women warriors,
whether it is grocery lines
or picket lines,
we are fighting the patriarchy
just by standing up
and being present in our lives.
Using our intuition,
crying together,
picking each other up,
lifting each other up from the ground
that burns to swallow us whole,
giving each other magnificent grace,
we are the goddess shamans
of our time.

We are the wise women,
shouting out our stories,
our traumas,
our aching scars,
out into the river,
making our world a better place
just by being aware of our
own bliss bodies and
each other’s power,
rising up together
like a storm.



“_MG_3790”by D. Lila’s Photography is licensed under CC PDM 1.0

Megan Coleman

Megan Coleman has been writing from the womb and is an emerging poet in Chattanooga, TN. Five of her poems appear in Elephant Journal (2017), and she is featured in Ordinary Madness Magazine (2017), Vocal Magazine (2017), finalist in the Fortnight Eyewear contest (2017), Visera (2012), and the winner in poetry in Chattanooga Writer's Guild contests in 2003 and 2004. She has given readings at Barking Legs and Mudpie Cafe in Chattanooga. She also has a B.A. in Women's Studies.

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