February: Hunger

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What to Eat -Stacie Smith
Eat organic, shop local, grow your own, hormone free, non-GMO, gluten free. Too much food, earth, health responsibility when eating.

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-Conrad Young

Hunger for Darkness -Sharon Covert
Hunger for Darkness -Sharon Covert
It possesses me
This deep hunger for darkness
Wields me to create

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Hungry to Create -Efi Panagoula
for calm.for more white.for more art.for more peace.

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Hunger -Vanessa Simpson

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A Hunger for Freedom -Jessica Brandau
A hunger for freedom… freedom from the monotony of a small town, from being seldom “understood”, from feeling confined artistically, freedom from my body issues, and the skeletons in my past.

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Hungry -Meredith Hepburn

-Marlize Meyer
Sometimes I’m terrified of my heart;
of its constant hunger
for whatever it is it wants.
The way it stops and starts.

-Edgar Allan Poe

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Hungry for Perfection -Heather Earle
Pretty hurts, we shine the light on whatever’s worst
We try to fix something but you can’t fix what you can’t see
It’s the soul that needs the surgery
– Beyoncé

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so what did you want to do love, split his head open? -Cat Palmer
inspired by Warsan Shire’s poem For Women Who Are Difficult To Love

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Stay Hungry -Jack Ratana
sometimes closing your eyes and having a “picture” just with a little bit of light (clarity) it can take you back to your first love.

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-Kerry Varnum
I hunger for the warmth of the sun on my face….the cool breeze through my hair

Love of the Wrong Thing -Jennie Floyd
Love of The Wrong Thing -Jennie Floyd

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The Ghost of Myself -Debra Ekas

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Hunger -Lili Love

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Hunger -Nicola Berry

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-Phyllis Meredith

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