How to Speak to a Woman. {Poem}

Via on May 9, 2013

When you see a woman—and she is beautiful—and you want to tell her so, don’t!

There may be danger in it:

“Don’t you dare call me beautiful, she says, right after I said it.”

Poet RC Weslowski has some other ideas for things you can say instead:

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About Julie JC Peters

Julie (JC) Peters has been practicing yoga on and off from the tender age of 12, and it has gotten her through everything from the horrors of teenagedom to a Master’s degree in Canadian Poetry. She is a yoga teacher, spoken word poet, and writer, and teaches workshops on yoga and writing called Creative Flow. Julie also owns East Side Yoga in Vancouver with her mom, Jane.


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