Jessica Claire Bennish featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Happy Thursday, poets and poetry lovers! Head on over to WE ALL BLEED THE SAME and read today’s poetry feature: “Did a Number” by Jessica Claire Bennish. http://spiltinkpoetry.tumblr.com/post/74286153578/did-a-number-by-jessica-claire-bennish

 

Here’s a little about Jessica Claire Bennish:

Jessica Claire Bennish brings snippets of life together in a type of found art. She creates from that which she finds in her life journey. Her poems are made of the dirt of the earth, the blood of a fist which is always fighting and the eternal flame of love. She hopes to have an impact on you, no matter how small it may be. Jessica believes there is always beauty, even within the most ugly, and one could say her poetry reflects that belief.

 

Jessica Claire Bennish
        Jessica Claire Bennish
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