C A Lofton
Nome De Plume - Poem by C A Lofton
haughty status-quo trickster.
Is it Miss, Ms. or Mister?
Check yourself out!
2day its what the brand's about.
Perhaps, not restrictive & bland
nor another believer's Christian hand.
Or historically touted unwise
olde Anglo-centric lies.
A moniker ought to be
an evolving expression of u/me
not some keyed computerized pool
set by a racist, sexist antiquated fool.
Topic(s) of this poem: Identity
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