Marilyn Rea Beyer, Writer/Voiceover - Words have power.
IndieBlu(e) Poetry Anthology

We Will Not be Silenced  ... contains three of my poems and hundreds of others by writers I admire. Now in print and Kindle on

Subtitled "The Lived Experience of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault Told Powerfully through Poetry, Prose, Essay and Art," this book is neither screed nor pity party. Rather, it’s a positive, powerful platform to give voice to people who have been sexually exploited, abused, treated as invisible.Listen and believe them.

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Marilyn Rea Beyer Poetry

Also: Follow the strong words of strong women in Whisper and the Roar. 
Two of my poems were published during June '18. Click on the poem titles to read To Live Like Shakespeare and I Never Feared Death.

Photo by Dan Tappan

Photo: Dan Tappan

The open-minded folks at Oddball Magazine
have also published one of my poems... Click to read Old Shirt and see the companion artwork the editors chose.
Some seasonal poems:
Here's something from my notebook:

Freedom is not a cherry tomato
You cannot pop it into your mouth
anymore than you can eat an orange
in one bite.
That would be too big, too bitter.
It would gag you.
You need to dig into it
with your fingernails.
Peel away the shiny, oily skin.
Discard the rind you cannot eat.
Even then, you must take it
one section at a time.
Then, sink your teeth into
the juicy pulp.
Take care not to choke
on the seeds.

Automemorabilia 1967


Dream rides of unusual shape and proportion
Colors from Wonderland or Oz
With ragtops for the days we didn’t care about our hair.

Rocket 88

More muscular than the boys who drove them
With waterfall grills and
Bullet taillights.

None of them could keep up with me.
I drove a Wildcat.

©Marilyn Rea Beyer

©Marilyn Rea Beyer


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