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Gentle Anarchy

http://voxpoetica.com/gentle-anarchy/ Many thanks to Vox Poetica for publishing my poem “Gentle Anarchy.” 

better days

Originally posted on Eunoia Review:
side by side with their growing bodies stretched out across the cracked concrete watching the billboards tatter and fade already talking about better days when their parents still slept in the same bed when god was still a man in the sky when they didn’t have to fall asleep to…

Heather Minette -Portrait of a Gypsy

Originally posted on The Galway Review:
Heather Minette is the author of Rooftops and Other Poems (Blue Hour Press, 2013). Her work has been featured on Freshly Pressed and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She earned her M.A. in Literature at The University of Houston – Clear Lake. She lives in Texas with her husband and son,…

Returning Home from Adam’s Funeral

Many thanks to Words Dance for publishing my poem today. http://wordsdance.com/2015/04/returning-home-from-adams-funeral-by-heather-minette/

Heather Minette – Three Poems

Originally posted on The Galway Review:
Heather Minette is a graduate student of literature at the University of Houston – Clear Lake and the author of Rooftops and Other Poems (Blue Hour Press 2013). Her work has been featured on Freshly Pressed and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. More of her writing is available to…

Sand Mermaids by Heather Minette

Originally posted on The Blue Hour:
My mother is walking in the garden, her bare feet are calloused and covered in dirt, her toenails painted red. The hem of her sundress is wet from the water pail and her skin is sticky with sweat, but her hair smells of the honeysuckles that grow wild on…

Sand Mermaids

My mother is walking in the garden, her bare feet are calloused and covered in dirt, her toenails painted red. The hem of her sundress is wet from the water pail and her skin is sticky with sweat, but her hair smells of the honeysuckles that grow wild on our chain-link fence and the gardenias […]