Book: Nasty Women's Almanac - Poetry Edition - Feminine Voice Striving Toward a Brighter Day by Lorelei Kaycategories: Book, Womens Poetry, Political Elections, Strong Women, Feminine Voices, Femenine Heros, Femenine Empowerment, Brighter Day, Hillary Clinton, Equality, Women's Psyche, Poetry
Lorelei Kayabout this book: Definition of a "Nasty Woman"—
A woman who transforms
an insult into a mantra,
kicks off her high heels,
and rallies for a brighter day.
Before the arrival of the few unmarried women who crossed the ocean on the Mayflower, there existed an American woman named Matoaka, who became known for all time as Pocahontas. The meaning of her name? "The Naughty One."
This is a fitting reminder to introduce this work of poetic art in the empowerment of today's "Nasty Women."
In the spirit of solidarity and a future bright with equality, Lorelei Kay gathered kindred women poets together and compiled this book of inspirational and motivating feminine poetry.
Excerpts from reviews:
If you believe in equality for all and enjoy a bit of rhythm and rhyme, you're going to appreciate reading and sharing this book with others. Strong women sharing their best and "...striving toward a brighter day."
This 43 page-book offers a small but sincere intimate window into the women's psyche in reaction to the world around. What are mothers, grandmothers, wives, sisters, friends and lovers – the bread and salt of the world -- thinking and feeling?
I am so delighted to enjoy different voices from strong poetic nasty women in this poetry edition, a wonderful bridge of unity between us!
As the poem from Alejandra Engelberg concludes, "From the shadows to the light, let us help more strong women rise as a beautiful sunrise, in a new morning day!" This book is a small but decisive step in that direction. Reviewed by Dr. Mira N. Mataric
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