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Patricia McGurk Martin



Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/Patricia_McGurk_Martin
Country: United States
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Favorite book: The Bible
Member Since: May 28, 2009

Featured Writing

Violent Men Are a Foreign State

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 6, 2014
Violent Men Are a Foreign State Women Are Not Allowed to...
Tags:violence, slavery, united, states, crimes

Update from Austin, Texas 8-22-2013

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 22, 2013
Please read for an update of the critical situation in...
Tags:genocide

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Hasta La Vista, My Matador

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 1, 2013
Hasta la vista, mi Toro (my Bull) Hasta la vista, mi...
Tags:love, daughter, father, spain

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Into the Work Area

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2011
She took her baby into the work area...past the slavery...
Tags:youth, hope, trust, babies, america, work, girls, united states, labor force

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The Halcyon Days of My Youth

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 28, 2010
Halcyon is a name for a bird in Greek legend generally...
Tags:youth, child, violence, girl, hope, hatred, holocaust, slavery, golden, racism, ideals

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Cloud City

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 30, 2009
Cloud City is a description of racially based torture...
Tags:childhood, pain, murder, agony, evil, girl, gun, torture, black, prejudice, triumph

It's the Booty Call in the Harem

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 15, 2009
"It's the Booty Call in the Harems" gives a...
Tags:freedom, women, feminism, international, harem, slavery, girls, institution, harems, subjugation

Writing Portfolio

Glover Park

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 26, 2014
How many poems have I written called “Glover Park”,...

The Reconditioning of the Intellectual / My Husband, the Hater

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 26, 2014
It's all in the woman's mind, People speaking as "East...

Violent Men Are a Foreign State

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 6, 2014
Violent Men Are a Foreign State Women Are Not Allowed to...

Update from Austin, Texas 8-22-2013

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 22, 2013
Please read for an update of the critical situation in...

African Boy

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 2, 2013
This is a short poem about an African child who listens...

Hasta La Vista, My Matador

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 1, 2013
Hasta la vista, mi Toro (my Bull) Hasta la vista, mi...

The American Executive on the Holocaust Landscape (PART THREE)

Book by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 27, 2013
That train horn sounded like someone I knew once, a man...

The Whoring Murder of Patricia L. McGurk, My American Name

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 29, 2012
I dreamed I saw a horror in Anytown, U.S.A that with...

A Bedtime Story for Cult Children

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 2, 2012
This original work is a bedtime story for American Children.

The Story of Icarus's Father

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 20, 2012
The Story of Icarus's Father Copyright 2012 (This...

Patricia L. McGurk's Personal Statement to the World (8-29-2012)

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 2, 2012
Military and corporate slavery as seen in my life often...

Terror - We Were Never Little in Del Ray

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 2, 2012
you will not make me run in terror the insects are still...

The Dead Are Not Allowed to Return to Aushwitz

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 22, 2012
The Dead Are Not Allowed to Return to Aushwitz as the...

Us Strong Girls

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 19, 2012
Us Strong Girls Got out of the trance And Stare at the...

I Take the Torture Out

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 19, 2012
I wake up in the morning and I take the torture out of...

The Wealthy Man

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 19, 2012
What the wealthy man can't or doesn't get from a young...

The American Woman's Eye

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 14, 2012
The American Woman's Eye 2012 Copyright by Patricia L....

Insert for The American Executive on the Holocaust Landscape

Book by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 9, 2012
PUBLISHER NEEDED WITH MONETARY ADVANCES FOR MY NEW BOOK...

A Slip of a Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 7, 2012
She is a slip of a girl going gracefully around corners...

Notes to the U.S.A. Writings - "The Offended"

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 5, 2012
Patricia McGurk Martin NOTES TO THE U.S.A. WRITINGS...

The Uniform Face and The Wholesaler of Slaves

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 15, 2012
This short article I am considering publishing once I...

The Context for Crime

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 7, 2012
Did he save me or sue me for breach of contract, or...

The Thief in the Land of Pain

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 5, 2012
He beat the hell out of her that day, and as she lay in...

Notes From the Trance State

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 26, 2012
Calling me Calamity Jane again blaming me for falling on...

My Unseen Self is Visible Now (for the Fatima, My Love Writings -- My Beloved)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 21, 2012
I wake up to my Beloved no one else and embrace my New...

The American Executive on the Holocaust Landscape PART ONE Excerpt

Book by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 18, 2012
The soil smells in Utopia. In the sunlight it smells...

My Beloved Fatima I Am Never Cold - Part Fourteen (Section Two)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 15, 2012
eyes averted downcast THE WOMAN TRANCE VICTIM lifts them...

My Beloved Fatima I Am Never Cold - Part Fourteen

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 15, 2012
Not with my Beloved am I ever cold - not in the Trance...

I Cried Out for You, My Beloved - Part Thirteen

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 6, 2012
WHEN YOU SEE ME NEXT, I WILL BE THE NAZI NOT THE NICE...

The Black-Eyed Sicilian

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 30, 2012
The Black-Eyed Sicilian - by 2012 Patricia L. McGurk...

The Low-Class Interrupters - Part Two

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 17, 2012
The American Model Failed Me There is no...

The Low-Class Interrupters - Part One

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 15, 2012
The low-class interrupters are ruining the class struggle...

The Etymology of Crime

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 9, 2012
'She is not herself', the man continued narrating to the...

I Called Out for You, My Beloved - Part Eleven

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 8, 2012
I am a thin, well-born hyena scavenging in the trash...

I Cried Out for You, My Beloved - Part Ten

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 7, 2012
They could not see me but hunted you, My Only Love, My...

I Cried Out for You, My Beloved - Part Nine

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 31, 2011
Leaving pain that never goes away, and I seemed to walk...

I Cried Out for You, My Beloved - Part Seven

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 27, 2011
Did American children ever become men and women, or are...

I Cried Out for My Beloved - Part Six

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 27, 2011
The powerful man said "I will blowing the storms for you,...

I Cried Out for You, My Beloved - Part Five

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 20, 2011
I was Osama Bin Laden's hostage and victim once or twice...

I Cried Out for You, My Beloved - Part Four

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 20, 2011
The entire time of my innocence, they incarcerated me,...

I Cried Out for You, My Beloved - Part Three

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 20, 2011
These men are horrible mind controllers, I said - no one...

I Cried Out for You, My Beloved - Part One

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 20, 2011
I cried out for you, My Love returned in me every...

Quiet Aryan Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 21, 2011
The soul-splitter made me feel like a quiet Aryan girl, a...

The Music Teacher - How I Hate Him!

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 13, 2011
THEY HADN'T KILLED THE BLOND STREAKS IN HER HAIR YET AT...

The White World

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 10, 2011
We all inhabit a white world of blackness . . See my...

Decipher the Sounds

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 9, 2011
You decipher the sounds (“sound out” selectively) of...

Article on the Alsatians and Alsace, listed in France

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 29, 2011
Alsace From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia...

We, the Alsatian Women (and Man)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 29, 2011
We, Alsatian Women (and Man) © 2011 Patricia L. McGurk...

What is White?

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 29, 2011
I added, "Why would you denigrate the lovely Filipino...

Patricia L. McGurk, Our American Citizen

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 28, 2011
Patricia McGurk Martin They told me that high level...

Incapable of Self-Government

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 27, 2011
I was told the following during a period of horrific...

The Policeman

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 27, 2011
The policeman rides motorcycles in the night not...

A Big Girl Like You

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2011
A big girl like you doesn't need any help, they always said.

Red-Orange Rain Coat

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2011
"My Dad boought it", she said to me with pride.

The Lady's Hair

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2011
The lady is perhaps a little stiff because her hair is...

Into the Work Area

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2011
She took her baby into the work area...past the slavery...

Just Keisha

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2011
She doesn't have to be beautiful, the Keishas of this...

Rich Man, Poor Man

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2011
I sat at a MacDonalds in the business area called...

I Call Out for My Beloved

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2011
I call out for my Beloved. I will always call until I...

The Unwanted - Part Two

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 1, 2011
The American ethic was, and still could be one day in the...

The Unwanted (Part One)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 29, 2011
It was an ominous optical promise in Never Never Land –...

The Henchmen of the Ice Particles

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 28, 2011
The evil all around me is frozen ice shattered by the...

It is Impossible to Get Lost with You, My Beloved

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 23, 2011
It is impossible to get lost with you, My Love, My...

The Homeless Hitler: The White Honkie

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 19, 2011
My royal house includes property Vast property...

The Woman's Skirt

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 7, 2011
This tradition is my personal tradition while a homeless...

THERE ARE NO LATECOMERS TO JUSTICE

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 2, 2011
THERE ARE NO LATECOMERS TO JUSTICE. PATRICIA L. MCGURK...

God the Magnet

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 1, 2011
Most people return to God, I think returning to God’s...

The Sapling and the Passage of Time

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 1, 2011
This poem is about my life growing up a hostage in a...

The Old Sponge

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 1, 2011
You stand it up, the old ugly stained sponge, away from...

A Nearly-Known International Nazi

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 21, 2011
Some Unexpurgated Unedited Comments on the Recent Public...

Mud - Changed First Stanza

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 17, 2011
This is a changed first stanza with the initial five...

Mud

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 16, 2011
Though wet mud and feces are all over me In the Super...

I Own the Victory and the Cartel

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 15, 2011
I am the Pope and I am homeless in the United States....

I'm Nobody's Expert

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 12, 2011
These are some thoughts on what it feels like to be...

The Organ Grinder's Monkey

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 10, 2011
You the Nazi made me the organ-grinder's monkey what a...

Lucifer the Archangel

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 9, 2011
I rest in the darkness I won’t lie in terror at night...

Pope Gregory Anthony

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 8, 2011
Please see the text of this piece for a Crisis Warning...

The Old Glory Days

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 7, 2011
It is the Shoe View on the ground I have Remembering the...

The Tri-State Alignment: Nazi War Crimes

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 6, 2011
I accuse the Maryland_Virginia-DC Region of the United...

Einde!

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 6, 2011
It was a cold coming we had of it to Bethlehem. Tokyo...

He Be Mixed

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 2, 2011
I remember standing in front of him like some sort of...

Alpaca Hairdo

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 30, 2011
The Alpaca is defined as below, and the look of hair...

Who is Dr. Gen Web?

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 30, 2011
These men are all anti-heroes, I said. We are all lying...

I's a Little Georgia Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 28, 2011
I’s a little Georgia Girl Carrying an empty Kotex box...

The Nazi Committer of Atrocities

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 26, 2011
He couldn’t comment for the atrocities he had committed...

I Mark the Floor, My Beloved

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 25, 2011
I was being tortured by the Nazis, but you have freed me....

All the Boys Can Run

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 23, 2011
In fair competitions that the human race has rarely or...

The Black Moor

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 23, 2011
Cowering in the dirt as the Mexican Gardner, I was...

The Rules of Apartheid

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 21, 2011
No one can say “Lovely Patricia” and wait for someone...

The Giant Anteater

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 19, 2011
The Giant Anteater is a symbol for you, and hides...

Big Women

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 17, 2011
Really, this article is about women who are only slightly...

Reportage

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 17, 2011
They fatten you up like a fatted calf for ritual...

Looking Guilty

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 17, 2011
The abused person is often hit for being prey, being...

I Was a Child Living

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 16, 2011
I use a photo I believe I took while in a trance as a...

Seven Locks

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 8, 2011
It was a witch wind that blew me off The Resurrection...

My Pink Sparkly Coin Purse

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 7, 2011
It is getting your mouth ready for the words you are...

Aryan Boy

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 6, 2011
Feeling insecure, the young Aryan man contemplates what...

The Watchers of Evil

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 6, 2011
Fair is fair and turnabout is fair play, Hitler said....

I Fixed the Food for My Beloved

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 4, 2011
I did fix the food for me Though suffering in torture I...

Selling Me on the Sidewalk

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 4, 2011
The torturer was selling me through His Dictaphone tape...

The Lusitania

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 28, 2011
They said the little white child had no meaning to them,...

Saying Smart Things - #2

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 25, 2011
Any day could be your last as a woman or a girl, if you...

Da Big Buttt

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 24, 2011
I hope you notice me when you come out of the trance....

Saying Smart Things

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 23, 2011
Any day could be your last as a woman or a girl, if you...

The Just Pope

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 23, 2011
In the land of the ugly men Some women laughed at me,...

The Black Father

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 22, 2011
The little black girl dances near her father, jumping up...

Holding My Beloved in Uranus

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 20, 2011
I have come back to life having done a masterful job...

Waking Up From Rape, as a Child and as a Woman

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 15, 2011
I know when I’ve been raped because as I try to rest...

The Older Robin

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 12, 2011
An older robin with a sheaf of dried grasses clenched in...

The Geisha

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 10, 2011
Woman’s scholars Intellectuals dressed up in beauty I...

I Fly Close to My Home

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 10, 2011
I fly very close to my window sometimes like a bird in...

Testimony Update

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 6, 2011
It is Testimony Poetry I am writing while temporarily...

The Flash of the Camera

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 6, 2011
They said I was too erotically beautiful in the white...

The Effects of Gamma Rays on Marigolds

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 5, 2011
The walnuts were black and the coffee was brown. Even...

I Dream for My Beloved

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 3, 2011
My soft place at the end of the day Is my Pat, My...

Pope Gregory

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 2, 2011
I was born the Pope by birth, and in the context of the...

I, Fatima, Protect My Beloved

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 31, 2011
My Pat is disappearing in me because of the torture My...

The Whole Group (TWG) Did It

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 30, 2011
I was always the sacrificial Paschal Lamb or the evil...

Dog = God spelled Backwards

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 29, 2011
This is a short piece about the meaning of the spiritual...

The Men Do Not Always Talk

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 29, 2011
Often high-level military commanders and business leaders...

The Malicious Expression of Authority

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 25, 2011
This is a short essay about the theft of my (and...

With Nobody Else Loving Me

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 23, 2011
With nobody else loving me, I did it myself I include...

The Sky Archer

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 21, 2011
I write this poem in memory of the conversations I had as...

The Bird Expert

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 20, 2011
I have had enough of scholarly ornithologists all too...

When I Can Breathe

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 20, 2011
I lie down and rest from the atrocities with my Mother...

There Were No Gods

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 17, 2011
I created my own Mother My own sense of God There were...

The Men Go To War

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 15, 2011
A man spoke the following words to me as a young child,...

I Am the Little Girl with Rocks on My Chest

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 15, 2011
I am the little girl with rocks on her chest in Gen Web...

The Underpinnings of Genocide Start Near You

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 13, 2011
What is commonly called “Ritual Crime” through...

Self Esteem, Labor Issues and Gender

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 13, 2011
The low hourly wage you earn each day may reinforce the...

My Most Beautiful Breath is My Beloved

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 13, 2011
My most beautiful breath is my Beloved as I pull the...

God's Hole

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 12, 2011
I am a young, middle-aged or an elderly woman and I am...

I Heard Me Grieving

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 11, 2011
I heard me grieving I heard my unspeakable grief spoken...

White Life - The Crappy Plate of White Food

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 9, 2011
Many of us are given the crappy plate of food from birth....

He Loves the Angels

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 7, 2011
As many people know, I was left to die in hypnosis...

Conversing with the Corpse: Gender Torture

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 7, 2011
Women are rarely seen as fully-functioning,...

I Picked Green (5-07-11)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 6, 2011
We don’t want racial genocide to return as the world...

I Picked Green

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 6, 2011
I was in a trance and he was the Nazi hypnotist there to...

When Did the Ayatollah Choose?

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 6, 2011
This was a fictionalized version of a private...

Never to Return to the Refusers

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 2, 2011
I touch you, Beloved, as Myself Because You Are You are...

The State, Religion and the People's Art

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 29, 2011
Art that reflects both a nation's people as well as the...

The White Lady Torture

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 28, 2011
The torture and imprisonment program I have lived in all...

My Poor Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 28, 2011
My little poor girl is my favorite girl, along with the...

The Moral Chargeback and Henry Lowe

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 27, 2011
These are notes on my friendship with Henry Jacob Lowe, a...

All I Do Is Grieve: Women and Grief

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 27, 2011
Many times as a woman I feel I live in a constant state...

Familiar Assaults

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 25, 2011
Women and children know who it is in the darkness if it...

The Good Mother

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 25, 2011
There should be some kind of revolution theology for the...

I Bide My Time

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 24, 2011
I bide my time and their ugly mouths go away. Their angry...

In the Chilled Morning (written on two successive tortured Easters)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 24, 2011
This poem is not about God, but the divine love one may...

In the Chilled Morning

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 24, 2011
In the chilled morning, My Beloved gets me a sweater to...

The Terrifying Ballroom

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 23, 2011
Do you want to lie down for the soul split, the man said?...

The U.S. Death Burka

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 23, 2011
The Hypnosis Coma Trance is the U.S. Death Burka used on...

Women Have Squirrels

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 23, 2011
Normally, women have squirrels in their lives as they...

The Cells Give Up - Emotional Starvation and "Gendercide"

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 22, 2011
Generational Bullying in the family has yielded a little...

I Am the Servant Vanishing

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 22, 2011
I have served, although I have never been a servant or...

The Black African 'Despot' and The Latin American 'Dictator'

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 21, 2011
I examine racial stereotypes through this whimsical...

I'm a Robin I'm a Mockingbird

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 20, 2011
I used to be a Robin caroling, calling, even shouting...

Lullaby in the Hololand

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 18, 2011
He was terrifying standing not moving in raw coldness in...

I Shouted at Me

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 15, 2011
I am bringing you back from death, I whispered to you as...

I Am the Woman Policeman

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 15, 2011
The Woman Policeman at the top investigates her own...

I Never Was a Black Maid

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 15, 2011
I write this piece again for our black sisters who are...

The Undentified White Race

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 11, 2011
A feeling of exploitation of the white race includes no...

Predator Bird

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 8, 2011
I speak of the Divine Self, the Inner Child and Self Love...

Shouting as Fatima, Part Two

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 8, 2011
My Beloved covered me like a soft blanket that never...

Shouting as Fatima

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 7, 2011
I never will be lost from myself again, giving orders...

Contemporary Asian Communication

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 6, 2011
I was assaulted three times last year by angry men who...

My Request to the United Nations for Immediate Cash Assistance

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 5, 2011
Dear United Nations Body and United Nations Refugee...

My Beloved Self

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 2, 2011
I owned but I did not possess until I had you, My Love....

An American Man Daydreams in TV Land

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 30, 2011
An American man watches his favorite beauty queen turn...

Pretty Girls Make It

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 27, 2011
The man told me as a young child that Pretty Girls Make...

The Nazi Burn

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 25, 2011
And the Nuclear Burn was on me Abroad twice at least I...

High Quality Asian

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 25, 2011
When we hear the term "high quality Asian" we are...

I Am the Pope Without a Gun (3-22-11)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 22, 2011
I’m the Pope with a Cosmic Gun not a slave like the...

The Pope Without a Gun

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 22, 2011
I’m the Pope with a Cosmic Gun not a slave like the...

I Am the Pope Without a Gun

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 21, 2011
No one can claim what is mine Even the pretty twinkling...

White Life at the Top: Loving the White Man

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 17, 2011
Women marry and expect the men they love and serve all...

Intent Expressed to Use My Royal Names

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 13, 2011
I have been told my name is Dr. Atl, but because a famous...

Strange Fruit from Stange Alliances

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 13, 2011
Patricia Anne Himmler, and Randolph Patricia Hearst are...

Unusual Air

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 12, 2011
It was unusual air that day as the ravens landed on the...

The Wind Prayer (3-08-11 Version)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 8, 2011
Because I was the Pope and Monarch by birth, I have...

The Wind Prayer

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 8, 2011
Because I was the Pope and Monarch by birth, I have...

The Little Girl's Brave Song Cheers Her Mother

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 7, 2011
The little girl’s brave songs cheer her mother while...

Welcome to the Country Club

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 5, 2011
Welcome to the Soul Split I used to say. Welcome to...

We Women Are the Poverty Stricken

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 5, 2011
We women are the poverty-stricken of this earth, no...

Country Boy

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 2, 2011
This is a song I am writing about men we all know and...

Desert Rose Gypsum

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 1, 2011
Desert Rose Gypsum is an early expression of my monarch's...

The Only Hand

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 28, 2011
I was a little girl when I decided that the hand of God...

A Pencil Point A Love Bite

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 28, 2011
Terror in the Emergency Room is the topic in my poem,...

Inside My Muffler

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 25, 2011
I was curled up inside my muffler on a cold day. I...

Tough Talk for Inner Child Victims

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 24, 2011
I don’t want to cry anymore as anyone’s Inner Child,...

Your Inner Child May Be Suffering on a Crucifix

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 24, 2011
I address the theme of Unknown Suffering in my poem. We...

Inner Child Object Therapy

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 23, 2011
My Inner Child Object Therapy is a Free Self Therapy....

Statement from Patricia McGurk Martin Himmler 2-19-11

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 19, 2011
My name is Patricia McGurk Martin Himmler, and I am a...

Valentine's Day in the USA

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 15, 2011
American children often feel they are unwanted, the...

No One Has Good Credit During the Soul Split

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 14, 2011
I PROMISE I WON’T GROW MARIJUANA ON THE FIELDS YOU OWE...

I Don't Know What Happened to the Black Man (Current Version)

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 14, 2011
We are depressed from slavery and we carry the rage...

I Don't Know What Happened to the Black Man

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 14, 2011
These are my thoughts for the past few months on being a...

I Own the Inside and Cooperative Wealth

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 13, 2011
Our theme will be Keeping Tradition with New Melodies....

The Alien Inside

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 13, 2011
They call phases of hypnosis torture ‘broccoli...

What Went Wrong With the Women?

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 13, 2011
Spree violence is not that far away when repressed rage...

Snow E. (Everyman) McGurk

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 9, 2011
My pure white cat named Snow E. (Everyman) McGurk lived...

We Lie Under Our Skin

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 8, 2011
Women are often driven inside ourselves through...

White Flight

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 5, 2011
This poem is a conversation between a man and his wife...

Fed Up on the Farm

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 5, 2011
You can get fed up on the farm as a white. You weren’t...

Homeless Refugee

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 1, 2011
In this poem, I am alone sitting in the dark on the dirt...

I'm a Black Boy

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 30, 2011
This is a poem about being black. I felt like a black...

A Hard Rain is Going to Fall

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 30, 2011
It is hard air I breathe as myself - tight and...

Everything is Tiny in China (Excerpt)

Novel by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 28, 2011
Everything is tiny in China. It is so far away it is...

Patti, How Are You?

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 26, 2011
I love no one else but My Beloved. My Beloved is Me, my...

Innocence Endured

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 16, 2011
Childhood becomes adulthood all too soon for most of us....

The Fiddling is Over

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 16, 2011
Brilliant children are often the victims of theft, and...

He Took My Dance

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 15, 2011
When the girl's dance is taken from her in childhood, she...

Deathly Air

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 15, 2011
As a child, I was an old woman in an oldening country...

I Am Not Too Heavy to Fly

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 14, 2011
Men have never had wings to fly as they have shot the...

The Bully Mob Hacking Into My Emails: Draft Outline for Future Writing

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 12, 2011
The huge bully mob in the United States hacked into my...

The Roads Out of Utopia

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 12, 2011
A cold coming we had of it - narrow and hard to master...

Come Be With Me, My Love

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 10, 2011
The soul yearns to return to itself and does through self...

I'm a Filipino Boy (You Can Be My Party Girl)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 5, 2011
“There are guns in the darkness. There are men out...

The Monarch's Chair

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 31, 2010
We need to start young to protect our bodies by saying NO...

The Cosmonaut

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 31, 2010
I write about being the loneliest woman (and formerly...

A Reluctant Dog and They Do the Job - Women Enforcers

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 30, 2010
The woman intellectual must take an active role...

The White Race in a Multi-Ethnic Nation

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 30, 2010
The following notes about the white race can be applied...

All the Little Girls

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 30, 2010
When we are little girls, we learn to exist through the...

Exactly the Same Identity (for the Fatima, My Love Writings - Surviving the Soul Split)

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 28, 2010
I have survived what is now a world famous soul split...

La Fractura del Alma (I Bowed Down During Death in Spanish)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 23, 2010
La fractura del alma, o el partir de la psique o el...

I Bowed Down Into Death During the Soul Split

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 22, 2010
The soul split, or the splitting of someone's psyche or...

I Was Not a Child

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 16, 2010
I was not a child, but I was a child in the early...

The Uterine Flip

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 15, 2010
I describe an ongoing gender-based crime against me that...

The Slave Zookeeper

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 13, 2010
I was Saving Endangered Species as a Slave Zookeeper. It...

My Wild Love

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 10, 2010
My Wild Love went riding in the night to find me, and...

We Were Once Trees

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 8, 2010
As a little girl I remember being a tall, strong tree,...

Snowy

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 8, 2010
I write about my beautiful white cat, Snowy, a royal cat.

Starplex Cinema

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 1, 2010
Starplex Cinemas was a poem I wrote last year that was...

Bethlehem, Palestine

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 30, 2010
My apartment has become a war zone, but perhaps that has...

Trapped in the Green Dots

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 30, 2010
LAST YEAR I WROTE AGAIN THAT I AM TRAPPED IN THE GREEN...

Anti-Slavery Internet Painting

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 30, 2010
This is my original mixed media, illuminated text...

I Can Sing and Stolen Goods

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 30, 2010
This poem and visual essay is about the premises of...

The Religious Fundamentalist

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 30, 2010
The woman as a victim in the business and military worlds...

Before the Dog Harness

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 30, 2010
For years I spoke like a child because they forced me to,...

It Was a Soul-less Day in Apartheid

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 29, 2010
The following is a draft of a short story I am writing,...

The Witch Wind

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 27, 2010
I have come back from death and torture as a person...

No Despair

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 26, 2010
The days of vanity seem to last forever when you are a...

The Black Hebrew

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 26, 2010
I am a sparrow standing in the dark metro tunnel, and I...

The Rape Blanket

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 23, 2010
We often look for 'signs of the crimes' on the blankets...

Imposters in the American Societal Crisis: The Secret U.S. Enslaving State

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 23, 2010
Is there a secret enslaving state in the United States, a...

The Missing Authentic Self = the Institutional Oppression of Women and Girls

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 23, 2010
The Authentic Self is never realized in most young girls...

Baby, I Know I Stole It From You and Baby, I Was Trying to Help You!

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 22, 2010
Sometimes in relationships, things don't turn out as you...

The Fat Squirrel Leaps

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 22, 2010
The Fat Squirrel is up in the tree canopy, singing to me...

The Streets Are Fields That Never Die

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 19, 2010
Many of us built the highways of this nation that is...

Fractured Images From Childhood

Article by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 19, 2010
When we feel alienated or distanced from family members,...

Fatima, My Love

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 16, 2010
If you are split through abuse or torture, you can...

The Crystal Ship Writings

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 13, 2010
I describe my feelings in an overview of the horrors of...

Happy Happy Happy

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 8, 2010
Our country has been under criticism for maintaining a...

Banned in the USA

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 30, 2010
Childhood was a drug as nobody told you anything when you...

SS Poet Laureate - Part Two

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 27, 2010
This is Part Two of my poem, SS Poet Laureate. Please...

SS Poet Laureate

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 27, 2010
I hesitate to use the initials SS because my personal...

I Am a Vietnamese Man Cringing

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 22, 2010
A Vietnamese man is shot in this poem about a famous...

The Girl/ Woman Paradox and Deprivation

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2010
For all women, the contradictions from childhood linger...

In the Studios

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2010
I am writing this poem to further my Inner Child work on...

I Bathe in My Memory

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 19, 2010
I bathe in my memory and describe the long journey my...

A Gruesome Conversation (with the military expert)

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 17, 2010
It was terrifying when a few people said they had read a...

The Surveillance Operative

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 17, 2010
Close surveillance is banned around the world, and takes...

He Didn't Like My Face - A General's Face

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 10, 2010
I remember being very young, and tied up individually by...

Separate

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 10, 2010
When I feel separate, I come back to me and my childhood...

Red Skirt

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 10, 2010
She wore a small, tight red skirt with a Latin American...

A Black State of Mind

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 10, 2010
When I walk alone without anyone to support me, even to...

I Throw My Bones on the Floor

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 8, 2010
I wrote this poem to express my respect for people of...

Identity Theft in the USA

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 6, 2010
They make you appear, even to yourself, trite and they...

Stay the Same: Children and Objects

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 6, 2010
Most children need the objects and furniture in the...

Split From Childhood's Moral Center - Unanswered Spiritual Questions

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 4, 2010
Being forced to bypass and split off from asking the...

Gender and Sparrows

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 4, 2010
The male sparrows make quick decisions before they...

I Lost My Voice

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 2, 2010
It is easy to lose your voice, the very core of your...

He Took My Plan

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 1, 2010
Many of us share our creative and professional work with...

Women, Men and Emotional Abuse

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 27, 2010
I describe the pain of emotional abuse within a...

Baby, I Was Trying to Help You

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 26, 2010
This is a short poem and focuses on what can go wrong in...

Pink Slippers

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 25, 2010
When we wear our special something, we are not always...

The Occult: An Expression of Rage

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 25, 2010
Usually repressed historically, the people's rage, and...

The Little Girl and God

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 23, 2010
It is wise to approach little girls with tenderness as...

Did I Disappoint You at Three?

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 22, 2010
When we are little children, sometimes it seems that...

The Crime-Driven Intellectual Policy

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 21, 2010
Who would miss a crime-driven intellectual policy that...

Latin Boys

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 20, 2010
Latin boys are men who look off to the side when they...

Dog Without a Bone

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 13, 2010
Life disappears from us if we let the witch wind take...

For My Pat: A Childhood Prayer - CONCLUSION

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 7, 2010
This is the ending or conclusion to the poem below that...

For My Pat: A Childhood Prayer (Version 2)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 7, 2010
Description: We all have a "little friend" when we are...

The Small Space (Version 2)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 25, 2010
The Small Space is about the tiny portion of money and...

The Super Bowl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 22, 2010
I stand up to clear my name of any lies while defining...

For My Pat - A Childhood Prayer

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 17, 2010
We all have a "little friend" when we are children -...

I Am Imelda Marcos

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 15, 2010
Three powerful women leaders express the contradictions...

Emmit Till (Part Two)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 13, 2010
This is Part Two of my well-known poem spoken in the...

Emmit Till

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 13, 2010
My poem, "Emmit Till" is about the slavery in which I...

I Came Back From Death 8-9-10

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 9, 2010
I Came Back From Death - Do You Know You Have Someone in...

The Masterpiece Poem 8-05-10

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 5, 2010
I explain my faith in The Masterpiece, as I have flown...

The Masterpiece Poem

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Aug 4, 2010
I explain my faith in The Masterpiece, as I have flown...

An Episcopalian Woman

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 29, 2010
The Episcopalian woman and wife is always beautiful to...

The Bluejay Shrieked

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 28, 2010
A society gone wrong is my topic with public terror the...

The Season of the Witch in Tranceland

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 24, 2010
The runner in the poem is me, as I run from unlawful...

The Nazi Hypnotist

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 15, 2010
The Nazi Hypnotist describes in metaphor experiences I...

The Little Irish (American) Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 14, 2010
The Little Irish American Girl recounts her exploits as a...

Song of the Slug and a Cricket

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 14, 2010
A smooth beige slug was a homeless creature without a...

Song of the Slug and the Cricket

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 14, 2010
The smooth beige slug was a homeless creature without a...

The Little Central American (C.A.) Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 9, 2010
The Little Central American Girl is described in all her...

The Little White Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 6, 2010
I write about the beauty of all Little White Girls in...

Not a Pleasure Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 6, 2010
Child Prostitution around the world is the topic for my...

Update From Middle Earth - Intellectual Slavery in the Zoo

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 4, 2010
This is an "Update from Apartheid" on the spatial reality...

Maybe I Was Mixed Race That Day

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 1, 2010
My poem is about society's perception of everyone being...

I Am the Black Nazai

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jul 1, 2010
I wrote the Black Nazai about an armed nazi who is a...

Baby, I've Been Bringing You Back

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 24, 2010
Baby, I've Been Bringing You Back is about the hypnosis...

I Am a Witch Standing

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 22, 2010
I Am a Witch Standing is my poem about surviving torture...

The Mulatto Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 17, 2010
The Mulatto Girl examines racial and sexual stereotypes...

Caribbean Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 17, 2010
The Caribbean Girl expresses the pain of a woman trapped...

Food for the People

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 17, 2010
Social unrest can cause violence if the problems are not...

The Crystal Ship

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 17, 2010
The Crystal Ship is about a holocaust landscape in which...

Rock the Walls of Apartheid

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 17, 2010
I fly through the inequities and unfairness of our...

MF's on the Red Carpet

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 5, 2010
I discuss the coldness of some church services, as well...

The MF's on the Red Carpet

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jun 3, 2010
I discuss the coldness of some church services, as well...

The Little Black Indian Girl

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 27, 2010
What constitutes justice for the Little Black Indian Girl...

A Policeman's Wife

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 25, 2010
This poem is about a policeman's wife who cannot relate...

Slavery Issue - Personal Update

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 11, 2010
Please read the following short update about the slavery...

The Powerful Woman

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 7, 2010
The Powerful Woman is about a young woman finally...

I Came Back for Me

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 5, 2010
I Came Back for Me is a poem I wrote about healing from...

I Will Find You in the After Life

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 4, 2010
I write this poem to express one woman's rage at a...

I am Mary Magdalene

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 7, 2010
I focus in "I Am Mary Magdalene" on the role of women in...

I Am Mary Magdalene1

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 7, 2010
I focus in "I Am Mary Magdalene" on the role of women in...

You Had a Bad Fall

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Apr 6, 2010
This short prose poem described a woman (or man) lying on...

I Am the Rag Washer

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 18, 2010
This is a poem about the holocaust in which children's...

I Am the White Race Singing

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 15, 2010
I sing with my black voice because the times call for it...

The Invisible Veil

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 12, 2010
The Invisible Veil represents the restrictions put on all...

Sexual Predators on American Streets

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Mar 6, 2010
Sexual predators, often working in organizations in the...

I'm Stevie Ray Vaughan

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 19, 2010
This poem describes what might happen if music were...

An Older Woman's Hesitance

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 16, 2010
I wrote An Older Woman's Hesitance about the aging...

The Art Expert

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 13, 2010
A woman artist stands up to a prominent art expert. He...

City of Lights

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 13, 2010
Marilyn Monroe is a seven year old girl, facing hypnosis...

The Pimps Are Gods of Hypnosis

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Feb 12, 2010
In this poem I focus on the dangers of a...

The Halcyon Days of My Youth

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Jan 28, 2010
Halcyon is a name for a bird in Greek legend generally...

The Long Trance Spring of 2009

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 16, 2009
The group experience of violating a woman has to end in...

The Long Trance Spring

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 6, 2009
The group experience of violating a woman has to end in...

The Voice of Torture (I Don't Explain)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 2, 2009
The ritual process used to turn a normal human being into...

I Am Leaving You - Part Six

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Dec 1, 2009
I'm Leaving You is written about the many agonizing...

The Human Perspective is Inside the House! (Part One)

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 17, 2009
"The Human Perspective is Inside the House" is about the...

I'm Leaving You (Part Five)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 8, 2009
"I'm Leaving You" is written about the many agonizing...

I'm Leaving You (Part Four)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 2, 2009
"I'm Leaving You" is about the many agonizing reasons why...

I'm Leaving You (Part Three)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 2, 2009
"I'm Leaving You" is about the many agonizing reasons why...

I'm Leaving You (Part Two)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Nov 1, 2009
"I'm Leaving You" is written about the many agonizing...

I'm Leaving You (Part One)

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Oct 22, 2009
"I'm Leaving You" is written about the many agonizing...

Abandoned Child

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 30, 2009
Abandoned Child is about a homeless young girl under the...

My Swallow Soul

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 30, 2009
My Swallow Soul is a first-person voice from a child...

Cloud City

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 30, 2009
Cloud City is a description of racially based torture...

The Human Perspective is Inside the House! (Part Two)

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 16, 2009
The “Human Perspective is in the House” is about the...

The Human Perspective is Inside the House!

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 16, 2009
I wrote "The Human Perspective is Inside the House" about...

Compassion - Part One

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 16, 2009
“Compassion" is a story I wrote about a young girl who...

Compassion - Part Three

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 16, 2009
“Compassion" is a story I wrote about a young girl who...

Compassion - Part Two

Short Story by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 16, 2009
“Compassion" is a story I wrote about a young girl who...

It's the Booty Call in the Harem

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 15, 2009
"It's the Booty Call in the Harems" gives a...

I Am the Police State

Poem by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: Sep 15, 2009
I Am the Police State is about the impact of a police...

Powerful Childhood Images

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 28, 2009
Powerful Images is a photographic essay - based on...

The Ethiopian Workers

Essay by Patricia McGurk Martin
Posted: May 28, 2009
In "The Ethiopian Workers", I focus on the need to...



I am confident that I am one of the "best in the world" writers and poets, and I am proud of my life and draft works although they are not published yet.  Most of my drafts are stolen.   I am still travelling through the United States, currently in Alexandria, Virginia with little shelter from any storm.  I plan to leave the country once I have enough money and travel identification.

Ms. Patricia L. McGurk

MY EMAIL ADDRESS FOR ELECTRONIC INTERNET MAIL IS:

 

patm150@yahoo.com or pmcgurkmartin@yahoo.com

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